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College Connections Abound at Competitive Culinary Benefit


Kelly, Logue and Kasler (from left), at home in the Herman & Luther's kitchen ...
Kelly, Logue and Kasler (from left), at home in the Herman & Luther’s kitchen …
... adroitly staking out turf from which to create their masterworks.
… adroitly staking out turf from which to create their masterworks.
From left, judges Daniele, Ditchfield and Nash enjoy the competition.
From left, judges Daniele, Ditchfield and Nash enjoy the competition.
Tantalizing talent on display
Tantalizing talent on display

A trio of chefs at Herman & Luther’s – all of them graduates of Penn College’s culinary arts and systems major – competed in a “Chopped”-style event at the rustic venue along Route 87 near Montoursville on Saturday. George E. Logue III, a 2010 alumnus, emerged victorious against challengers Patrick J. Kelly II (2015) and Christopher S. Kasler (2016), with a portion of the proceeds earmarked for suicide prevention. Judges for the sold-out event were Chef Michael J. Ditchfield, instructor of hospitality management/culinary arts, and former adjunct faculty members and restaurateurs Alfredo F. Daniele and Kevin G. Nash.
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