Breakfasts for beginning chefs


At the Future Chefs Culinary Cook-off, judge Marty Beaugard Sr., left, samples the breakfast casserole muffins of East End Elementary third-grader Sydney Bennett, right. Nine elementary students in the Wilmington City Schools participated in the event, with Denver Elementary student William Wheeling the winner with his stuffed French toast.


From left, Holmes Elementary student Elisabeth Gordley works in the middle school kitchen on servings of “bagel gone bananas,” and she is accompanied by Jayne McCoy, head cook at Holmes. The other student chefs were Tori Piatt, Diamond Carpenter, Sydney Bennett, William Wheeling, Zoey Zurface, Oliver McDermott, Addi Beckett and Izabella Myburgh.


At the Future Chefs Culinary Cook-off, judge Marty Beaugard Sr., left, samples the breakfast casserole muffins of East End Elementary third-grader Sydney Bennett, right. Nine elementary students in the Wilmington City Schools participated in the event, with Denver Elementary student William Wheeling the winner with his stuffed French toast.

From left, Holmes Elementary student Elisabeth Gordley works in the middle school kitchen on servings of “bagel gone bananas,” and she is accompanied by Jayne McCoy, head cook at Holmes. The other student chefs were Tori Piatt, Diamond Carpenter, Sydney Bennett, William Wheeling, Zoey Zurface, Oliver McDermott, Addi Beckett and Izabella Myburgh.

At the Future Chefs Culinary Cook-off, judge Marty Beaugard Sr., left, samples the breakfast casserole muffins of East End Elementary third-grader Sydney Bennett, right. Nine elementary students in the Wilmington City Schools participated in the event, with Denver Elementary student William Wheeling the winner with his stuffed French toast.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_chef_w_marty_p_f.jpgAt the Future Chefs Culinary Cook-off, judge Marty Beaugard Sr., left, samples the breakfast casserole muffins of East End Elementary third-grader Sydney Bennett, right. Nine elementary students in the Wilmington City Schools participated in the event, with Denver Elementary student William Wheeling the winner with his stuffed French toast.

From left, Holmes Elementary student Elisabeth Gordley works in the middle school kitchen on servings of “bagel gone bananas,” and she is accompanied by Jayne McCoy, head cook at Holmes. The other student chefs were Tori Piatt, Diamond Carpenter, Sydney Bennett, William Wheeling, Zoey Zurface, Oliver McDermott, Addi Beckett and Izabella Myburgh.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_chef_in_kitch_p_f.jpgFrom left, Holmes Elementary student Elisabeth Gordley works in the middle school kitchen on servings of “bagel gone bananas,” and she is accompanied by Jayne McCoy, head cook at Holmes. The other student chefs were Tori Piatt, Diamond Carpenter, Sydney Bennett, William Wheeling, Zoey Zurface, Oliver McDermott, Addi Beckett and Izabella Myburgh.
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