Palatine High culinary students demonstrate remodeled food lab

  • Palatine High School teacher Erika Varela, who runs the culinary arts program, directs students in their new commercial-like culinary lab on soup day. Students made different soups and distributed them to the teachers at the school as part of their program.

      Palatine High School teacher Erika Varela, who runs the culinary arts program, directs students in their new commercial-like culinary lab on soup day. Students made different soups and distributed them to the teachers at the school as part of their program. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Palatine High School teacher Kelli Konsewicz of the Family Consumer Science program receives soup and other food prepared in the new commercial-like culinary lab from student Kayla Varelaon. Students were making four different kinds of soup with biscuits and distributing them to teachers at the school as part of their program.

      Palatine High School teacher Kelli Konsewicz of the Family Consumer Science program receives soup and other food prepared in the new commercial-like culinary lab from student Kayla Varelaon. Students were making four different kinds of soup with biscuits and distributing them to teachers at the school as part of their program. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Palatine High School student Alyssa Pollworth dishes out some broccoli and cheese soup made in school's renovated  culinary lab. The lab was closed last year due to the pandemic.

      Palatine High School student Alyssa Pollworth dishes out some broccoli and cheese soup made in school's renovated culinary lab. The lab was closed last year due to the pandemic. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Nick Cuprak and other Palatine High School students work in the upgraded culinary lab, where students can study the chemistry of foods and create new recipes.

      Nick Cuprak and other Palatine High School students work in the upgraded culinary lab, where students can study the chemistry of foods and create new recipes. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 2/18/2022 6:58 PM

Culinary students at Palatine High School Friday catered a soup lunch for teachers and classmates in their remodeled, professional-grade food lab.

The $8 lunch offered homemade soup, bread and dessert.

 

The event provided a chance for others at the school to see the professional space where culinary students are able to study the chemistry of foods and create new recipes.

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