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Culinary Arts Competition 2011

The Alabama Culinary Competition allows culinary arts students in the Family and Consumer Sciences program to compete against students at other state high schools. The event was sponsored by Culinard-the Culinary Institute of Virginia College in Birmingham and the Alabama State Department of Education-Family and Consumer Sciences Department.

Video Segments for Culinary Arts Competition 2011

1. Introduction

Length: 03:09

In this segment, Judy Brown and Chef Osborne review the rules of the competition.

2. The Competition Begins...

Length: 08:59

Judge Dupont gives the students advice about competing.

3. Judging the Creations

Length: 13:10

The food is tasted, discussed, and judged. Feedback is given to the students.

4. Awards Are Presented

Length: 11:37

Mayor William Bell, Birmingham Mayor, presents awards to the students.

5. Final Thoughts From Judge Dupont

Length: 11:37

The competition wraps up with final thoughts and advice from Judge Dupont.

6. Wrap-up and Interviews

Length: 04:12

The competition winners, Judy Brown and Chef Osburne are interviewed.

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