Global Foods class students(from left) Reshariane Hawkins,Tamira Butler and Erin Leeprepare a meal. (Photo by Marilyn Thomas/The Chronicle)
Forget your 20th century ideas about foods class. In the 21st century, the Homewood-Flossmoor High School program is now call culinary arts and the education and training can lead students to great careers in the food industry.
Culinary arts, part of the Food and Consumer Science Program at H-F, is more than making a meal. It’s also about the presentation and how to cook in quantity as a . . .
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