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2010 Food Show


Pennsylvania College of Technology held its annual Food Show – including a chocolate house auction that raised $1,600 for the Greater Lycoming Habitat for Humanity – on Dec. 3. The event included about 80 entries from students in seven advanced culinary arts and baking and pastry arts courses, and all seven courses were judged by culinary arts professionals from across the region. The Chef Eugene Mattucci Best of Show Award was given to Tiana J. Soles-Ahner, of State College, for a church she constructed of white chocolate. Ahner is a sophomore in the baking and pastry arts major. Mattucci owned Mattucci’s Italian Restaurant in Mount Carmel and was a longtime Hospitality Majors Advisory Committee member and Food Show judge at Penn College.

— Photos by Jennifer A. Cline, news bureau writer/editor

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