Community breakfast assisted by Culinary students
Culinary students serve
Culinary Students Share Talents at Breakfast to Celebrate Community
Several students in the Career Services Culinary Arts program were ‘up and at ‘em’ early on the morning of Oct. 5 to assist with the Town of Greenburgh’s Community Breakfast.
The semi-annual event celebrates the establishment of the Theodore D. Young Community Center, Terrance Jackson, deputy commissioner of the department of community resources, said.
Community officials, residents and county and state representatives gathered to enjoy roasted vegetable and cheese frittatas, bacon, sausage, potatoes and a selection of pastries all made and served by the students.
The center’s ovens were working overtime as students heated and plated food in the center’s kitchen. Soon there was a steady stream of platters coming from the room to the center’s gym, which had been turned into a dining room for the occasion. Once the meal had been served, students ensured everyone had all the coffee or tea they wanted.
Joining the Culinary students were a small group from the TV Production and Sound Production classes who recorded the morning’s event.
“It’s a wonderful relationship we have with BOCES,” Mr. Jackson said, adding that culinary students have assisted with the breakfast in the past.