Oct. 11—Culinary college students will put their expertise into apply Tuesday by promoting baked items to boost funds for Frederick Neighborhood Faculty scholarships.
A pop-up bake sale will happen at 200 Monroe Ave. in Frederick from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Proceeds will go to the the Hospitality, Culinary & Tourism Institute scholarship fund at FCC, institute supervisor Elizabeth DeRose mentioned.
HCTI affords certificates and affiliate’s levels in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, and hospitality administration.
Cupcakes, macarons, breakfast pastries, cookies, sweets, artisan breads and extra — made by HCTI college students — shall be out there Tuesday. Funds might solely be made by bank card.
The pop-up sale has a number of advantages, in line with DeRose.
Along with making the merchandise, college students will package deal the meals, arrange the pop-up and full transactions utilizing a point-of-sale system.
“They get that experiential studying, which is de facto worthwhile,” DeRose mentioned in an interview Monday.
College students on Tuesday may also settle for pre-orders for the upcoming November vacation pie sale, which can increase funds to learn the FCC pupil meals pantry.
A chocolate bourbon pecan pie, made with Dragon Distillery’s bourbon, and an apple cranberry streusel pie are on the menu. Pie pickup shall be Nov. 21 between 4 and 6 p.m. or Nov. 22 between 10 a.m. and midday.
The Oct. 11 pop-up bakery will happen on the school’s student-run restaurant, 200 Monroe, which opens seasonly.
The restaurant is open on Thursday nights now by way of Dec. 8, from 5- 8:30 p.m. The eatery shall be closed for Thanksgiving, which is Nov. 24.
Reservations and takeout orders might be positioned by way of opentable.com/200-monroe. The identical web site will also be used to position orders for the vacation pie sale.
The three-course restaurant dinner menu runs between $38 and $42, in line with a information launch from HCTI. This fall, entrée choices embody Idaho rainbow trout, purple wine braised beef, rooster sous-chef and campanelle pasta.
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