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Fort Lauderdale Culinary Students Get “All Mixed Up”

By: Mattias Grundberg

July 19, 2016

Six culinary students from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale are competing on Lifetime TV’s popular culinary show “All Mixed Up” and on July 18, 2016, audiences will learn if they won the Season Six finale.

Best of luck to the competitors from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, who are working toward degrees in:

Associate of Science in Culinary Arts
Leda Miele
Brian Smith
Shempiagne Woodard

Associate of Science in Baking & Pastry
Kimberly Barry-Shillingford
Emma Tronel

Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts
Alexander Kuzin

“All Mixed Up,” which airs on Lifetime TV Mondays at 7:30 am Eastern time, features a fast-paced four-episode season. Culinary students compete against up-and-coming chefs to create original recipes using well-known brands while keeping a clean and organized kitchen.

The show is hosted by renowned chef Ralph Pagano, executive chef and director of hospitality at the Solé on the Ocean Resort and Spa in Sunny Isles, Florida. Season Six guest judges include Dee Lennox and Matt Schiering. Eric Schlossberg, professional chef and culinary instructor at The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, is also serving as a judge. In addition to his teaching, Schlossberg works as executive chef at Fit Food Fresh and as owner of Allure Catering and Events.

Watch the students compete during “All Mixed Up” Lifetime TV, Mondays at 7:30 am through July 18, 2016. Or watch live streams of the shows here.

See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

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By: Mattias Grundberg

July 19, 2016