Little chefs in training

Bigs and Littles gathered in the Thunder Mountain High School culinary arts classroom Oct. 19, for a lesson in cooking Mexican food. Ten matches made fresh salsa and tortillas from scratch, and a spicy appetizer called Jalapeño Bottle Caps. The lesson was led by Culinary Arts Teacher Patrick Roach and his star culinary students and was sponsored by the Juneau Elks Lodge.

Bigs and Littles gathered in the Thunder Mountain High School culinary arts classroom on Oct. 19, for a lesson in cooking Mexican food. Ten matches made fresh salsa, tortillas from scratch, and a spicy appetizer called Jalapeño Bottle Caps. The lesson was led by Culinary Arts Teacher, Patrick Roach and his star culinary students and was sponsored by the Juneau Elks Lodge. Special thanks to Dale and Tracy of the Juneau Elks for being present during the class and pitching in to wash dishes, take pictures and cheer on the chefs!

Lena Gilbertson, Recruitment and Development Director 

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