The Culinary Crusaders were busy last month cooking and baking for our school and community...
The following information is derived from a Nola.com article:
"On a mid-December Friday evening, about a dozen Brother Martin High School students scuttled through the school’s kitchen, stirring pots of jambalaya and pulling freshly baked cookies from large ovens. A few sported Santa Claus hats, but they all wore white chef coats. The Culinary Crusaders cooking club was preparing for a busy weekend ahead.
“I’ve always liked to cook with my mom, and I saw that there was a cooking club, so I decided to join,” said Adam Roevens, a Brother Martin sophomore helping with the jambalaya. “I think it's going well.”
The Culinary Crusaders welcomes students of all ages “who either love food, love cooking, or love both — or who want to learn how to cook,” said Donnie Midkiff Jr., the club’s moderator, who also teaches biology and business. He runs the club with Tina LaBeaud, Brother Martin’s food service director."
Read more about our Culinary Crusaders and their feats over the holiday season as they learned to work together and cook up some delicious creations along the way in this Nola.com article: