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During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.1 / 10
District 833 Community Education held an advanced culinary skills course July 15-19 at East Ridge High School. The class was taught by the "Kids in the Kitchen" organization. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.2 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.3 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.4 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.5 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.6 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.7 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch, including the filling. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.8 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.9 / 10
During the advanced culinary skills class students learned to how make a peach pie from scratch. Staff photo by Amber Kispert-Smith.10 / 10

Students in District 833 headed into the kitchen last week.

District 833 Community Education held an advanced culinary skills class July 15-19 at East Ridge High School.

The cooking class was part of Community Education's "Kids in the Kitchen" course offerings.

During the class, students in grades 5-12 learned the skills for making food from scratch.

Some of the dishes the students made during the week included decorated cookies, handmade pretzels, homemade pasta and a peach pie.

Amber Kispert-Smith

Amber Kispert-Smith has been the schools and Afton reporter at the Woodbury Bulletin since 2008. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota. She previously worked as a reporter for Press Publications in White Bear Lake.

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