Art Institute of Virginia Beach Students Prepare Dishes on WTKR News Channel 3
June 3, 2016
Students and staff at The Art Institute of Virginia Beach, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, recently showcased their culinary skills on WTKR News Channel 3. Andrea Stevens, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management and JoVonia Newby, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management, created two dishes for viewers. One was a chocolate truffle pasta with truffle crème anglaise—and cherry pearls with white truffle candied almonds. The other dish was a duo: a savory baklava with truffle honey, truffle whipped cream and shrimp, and truffled potato Au gratin with cuddle fish and tarragon foam. The two culinary artists learned to make the truffle dishes while in Italy competing in a truffle-themed culinary contest in memory of Paolo Urbani.
Culinary program department chair, Chef Jeffrey Floyd, was also featured in the segment and was on campus by 4 am to meet the news crew and help the students to prepare their dishes.
View one of the segments here:
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