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‘International Delights’ Kick Off Semester’s Promise of Bake-Sale Temptation


Co-managers Lauren G. Hammer (foreground) and Ana-Maria Grigore calculate bills A mixed-berry crostata awaits Co-manager Oksana M. Punako holds kugelhopf... ...a bread that, adorned with lime-green bows, is (almost) too pretty to eat Shoppers ponder their purchasesStudents in the Advanced Patisserie Operations class presented their first bake sale of the Fall 2011 semester Friday morning, a menu of “International Delights” that appropriately satisfied the senses. Student managers for the sale, held in Le Jeune Patissier (in the market area of the Carl Building Technologies Center) were Ana-Maria Grigore, Oksana M. Punako and Lauren G. Hammer.

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