High school seniors with a love and passion for food will bring heart, soul, and considerable culinary skills to compete for the title of Best Teen Chef for Tampa on Saturday, April 30,at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Tampa. This years five finalists were selected from all entries submitted to have the opportunity to showcase their culinary talents. The competitors all prepare a two-course meal from recipes distributed in advance by The Art Institutes.
The winner receives a scholarship and advances to a national competition. Courses begin Feb. For more information or a free tour of The Art Institute of California — Inland Empire call or go on line to artinstitutes.
SUNNYVALE — At the start of their teenage cooking contest Saturday, two of the three young chefs sliced open their fingers with their new, professionally sharpened knives and the third slipped in the kitchen and hit the deck, launching a strainer full of mushrooms into the air. While the recipes might seem basic, Paullin said, there were plenty of opportunities for mistakes. Olivarez drove a knife through his left thumb while mincing his garlic, and Periandri cut her left ring finger, then later burned her opposite ring finger on a hot pot.
This spring, aspiring chefs with a love and passion for food will put their kitchen skills to the test as they compete for tuition scholarships at The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes across North America. The Local Cook-off Competitions will be judged by professional chefs and culinary faculty. Each of the 38 Art Institutes schools offering a culinary program will name one first place winner in each of two categories — one for high school seniors The Art Institutes Best Teen Chef Competition and one for high school graduates The Art Institutes Culinary Scholarship Competition. A second place winner will also be named in the Best Teen Chef Competition for high school seniors at each participating Art Institutes school.
The culinary school at the Art Institutes International Minnesota is calling on high school seniors to take on others from across the United States and Canada and compete for the title of "Best Teen Chef. Prizes at stake include a full-tuition scholarship toward an associate's degree, certificate or diploma program to study culinary arts at one of the more than 30 participating Art Institute locations, including the one in Minneapolis. The first-place recipient, along with a full-tuition scholarship and the title of Best Teen Chefwill be an "Intern for a Day" at the Food Network.
Thirteen aspiring chefs with a craving for culinary put their kitchen skills to the test as they competed for tuition scholarships on Saturday, March 8, at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta. At the end of the day, two finalists stood triumphant. My goal is to perfect my culinary skills while in school and am open to different career paths; I think the journey of discovery will be extremely important.
To be eligible to enter the competition, high school seniors must first submit a completed Entry and Release Form by February 5, to a participating The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes location where they wish to enter the competition. Deadline for complete entries into the competition is February 26, To learn how to enter the Best Teen Chef Competition and view full details, visit www.
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They only have two burners and 60 minutes to create a dish for the MentorChefs who blindly taste the dishes as the Mentor Judges and choose the winning dish. The team with the winning dish gets to decide which two teens will duel against one another in a culinary cook-off. The two dueling teens only have 15 minutes to prepare an amuse bouche to see who will go home and who will stay to cook another day.
CINY believes in culinary competitions that help identify, recognize and reward excellence among high school students. On March 9th,up to 48 students will be selected to participate in the ABHSC competition and 12 will participate in the pastry competition. You must be a high school senior to apply. The scholarship value is based on the current tuition rate and may rise with tuition increase.