As the students prepare to participate in this weekend’s Taste of Dallas, CW 33 visited the budding chefs at the Culinary Arts Program at Wilmer-Hutchins to see what they had cooking.
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Richard Grimsley, director of Career and Technical Education in Dallas ISD, told The Hub that Taste of Dallas offers a phenomenal opportunity for Dallas ISD culinary arts students to have experiences beyond their high school classroom. The students will be challenged with preparing food for 100,000-150,000 people, creating arrangements for food service from a booth, and interacting directly with clients.
Get tickets to Taste of Dallas here. General admission is $12 per person, free for children 10 and younger. Taste the Difference sessions are $125 each. Parking is $12 per car. Walgreen’s will offer discounted tickets from $9 May 12.