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Culinary students cook with food pantry staples

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  • Grand prize winners, from left, Grant Duncan of Joliet, Dillon Sandberg of Libertyville and Timothy Beutel of Joliet prepare some of the dishes they presented in Together We Cope's Food Pantry Challenge at Robert Morris University.

      Grand prize winners, from left, Grant Duncan of Joliet, Dillon Sandberg of Libertyville and Timothy Beutel of Joliet prepare some of the dishes they presented in Together We Cope's Food Pantry Challenge at Robert Morris University.
    Courtesy of Together We Cope

  • Nicholas Kapellas, managing partner at Bonefish Grill in Orland Park, samples the fare created by Good Home Cooking award winners, from left, Anna Piech and Liz Rice, both of Orland Park.

      Nicholas Kapellas, managing partner at Bonefish Grill in Orland Park, samples the fare created by Good Home Cooking award winners, from left, Anna Piech and Liz Rice, both of Orland Park.
    Courtesy of Together We Cope

 

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Dillon Sandberg of Libertyville was on the winning team at the inaugural Food Pantry Challenge, an event that challenged culinary students to make great dishes using only groceries from a food pantry. Nearly 28 students competed, creating 100 unique recipes.

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