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Seco debuts its new culinary program

Posted: March 19, 2012 8:29 p.m.
Updated: March 19, 2012 8:29 p.m.
Arroyo Seco Junior High School’s creative cookery class, under the direction of Carol Steele, recently welcomed 15 staff members to the grand opening of the 2012 Seco Grill. Teachers were treated to a lunch of chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, chips with fresh salsa and guacamole and a dessert of red-velvet cupcakes. Arroyo Seco Junior High School’s creative cookery class, under the direction of Carol Steele, recently welcomed 15 staff members to the grand opening of the 2012 Seco Grill. Teachers were treated to a lunch of chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, chips with fresh salsa and guacamole and a dessert of red-velvet cupcakes.
Arroyo Seco Junior High School’s creative cookery class, under the direction of Carol Steele, recently welcomed 15 staff members to the grand opening of the 2012 Seco Grill. Teachers were treated to a lunch of chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, chips with fresh salsa and guacamole and a dessert of red-velvet cupcakes.
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Arroyo Seco Junior High School’s creative cookery class, under the direction of Carol Steele, recently welcomed 15 staff members to the grand opening of the 2012 Seco Grill. Teachers were treated to a lunch of chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, chips with fresh salsa and guacamole and a dessert of red-velvet cupcakes. The “grill” opens its doors once a month and gives culinary students an opportunity to practice their catering and serving skills in a restaurant setting.

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