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Pastry Students’ Final Project Stylishly Says ‘Thank You’ to Donors


The class celebrates a culminating event in their baking and pastry arts education.
The class celebrates a culminating event in their baking and pastry arts education.
Petit fours and sugar centerpieces help deliver a tropical theme.
Petit fours and sugar centerpieces help deliver a tropical theme.
Edible artistry
Edible artistry
Cream puffs take the form of pink flamingos for this special event.
Cream puffs take the form of pink flamingos for this special event.
Colorful goodies tempt a hungry afternoon gathering.
Colorful goodies tempt a hungry afternoon gathering.

Students in Chef Monica J. Lanczak’s Pastry Food Show and Buffet Presentation Concepts class presented their final project as baking and pastry arts students – a Grand Pastry Buffet – on Sunday. The buffet planning and execution encompasses all the skills the students have encountered  in pursuit of their associate degrees in baking and pastry arts and creates a beautiful, mouthwatering backdrop for an Institutional Advancement donor recognition event.

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