For most people, the hour around noon is a break time. But for the CATEC students who are part of the Technical Eats! staff, it was crunch time.
From 11 to 1:30, students served sandwiches, salads, chips, and cookies to members of the community, most of which had been prepped throughout the week by CATEC's Culinary Arts program.
During a normal year, the food truck would make its rounds throughout the community serving food at different events. But due to the pandemic, the truck hasn't been able to get out on the road as much.
"This is a very exciting event for our culinary students and the community," Culinary Arts Program Executive Chef Christina Rizzo said. "Students will be learning hands on what it's like to serve customers off a food truck."
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