Pastry students share the sugar in style
November 18, 2009
The end of the fall term is traditionally a special time for students in the capstone classes in the pastry program at the Midwest Culinary Institute. It’s a chance to show off, to display what they’ve learned how to do.
This year the Presidential Dining Room served as the venue for a display of the work prepared by pastry students in the capstone classes. Family, friends, instructors and fellow students had an opportunity to see – and taste -- the results of a lot of hard work and inspiration.
Many of the displays were thematic. Katie Freeman, pictured on this page, for example, grew up with Snow White and the Walt Disney characters. So it was natural for her to incorporate those characters and ideas into her capstone presentation for her pastry class.