Student at The Art Institute of Houston Battles for the Title of Top Dish
Filed under: Culinary
April 3, 2018
Stacey "Moe" Moore, a student in the Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts program at non-profit The Art Institute of Houston has won the honor to participate in the Meal Through the Arts, a culinary competition to support No Kid Hungry in its fight to end childhood hunger.
Moore’s Qui-licious Quiche Cups was selected as a regional winner in the Canapé category of the competition. Moore will receive an expenses-paid trip to Atlanta where, on April 12, he will join 11 peers from Art Institutes locations across the country to cook for a panel of celebrity judges and a live audience at the Meal Through the Arts event.
The winning student from each of four categories (canapés, salads, entrées, and desserts) will earn a $5,000 tuition scholarship to support their culinary education. Their winning recipes will create an exclusive four-course meal to be served at Art Institutes student-run restaurants across the country the week of May 14 – 18. For every meal purchased during that time, The Art Institutes will make a donation to No Kid Hungry.
For more information about the event, or to RSVP, visit https://creative.artinstitutes.edu/throughtheart.
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