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Students Meet ‘Food Network’ Competitor During Trip to York

Students Timothy L. Kuntz, of Wyalusing, Jonathan T. Hall, of Williamsport, and Autumn E. MacInnis, of Trout Run, meet with Chef Joseph Cumm, recent winner of the Food Network's "King of Cones."
Students Timothy L. Kuntz, of Wyalusing, Jonathan T. Hall, of Williamsport, and Autumn E. MacInnis, of Trout Run, meet with Chef Joseph Cumm, recent winner of the Food Network’s “King of Cones.”
Baking and pastry arts students traveled to York Technical Institute to meet YTI instructor and Food Network winner Chef Joseph Cumm, including watching his television appearance.
Baking and pastry arts students traveled to York Technical Institute to meet YTI instructor and Food Network winner Chef Joseph Cumm, including watching his television appearance.

The School of Business & Hospitality’s Chef Todd M. Keeley and three students recently traveled to York Technical Institute to meet Chef Joseph Cumm, winner of the Aug. 11 episode of Food Network’s “King of Cones” competition. On the show, Cumm defeated three competitors with three ice cream treats – each including an assigned mystery ingredient.  Cumm has been an instructor with the The Pennsylvania School of Culinary Arts at YTI Career Institute-Lancaster for three years and owns EdenJoes Cakery in York with his wife. In 2013, he won “The Art of Cake” competition at Pastry Live, and will return this year as a judge. Cumm has also been selected as one of several dozen Cake Artists to teach at CakeFest 2015 in Louisiana in February. The Penn College students had the opportunity to watch the four-part challenge and listen to Chef Cumm share his career and Food Network experience.

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