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Giving back to the community.
It's the right thing to do.
We worked with these young ladies from Troop 61616 out of Jamesville to earn their culinary patch.
I taught them plating techniques and why we make a plate presentable.
We all learned why we set a table a certain way.
Of course they all wanted to see what a culinary torch does.
This is my Lil' Buddy Connor. I saw on Facebook, Connor's Mom picture about how he had wanted a new computer and had made some cupcakes and was thinking about selling them to raise money for his cause. I thought what better way to teach a young man a lesson about entrepreneurship. From hard work comes money, from money comes whatever reward you're trying to achieve. Now his first batch that he originally made weren't the best i had ever seen but he just didn't know technique. We had him come down to the restaurant with his mom and make our featured desserts for that weeks Meal Prep Delivery Service Menu. THE KID SOLD 153 ORDERS! Thats 306 cupckaes we had to make.
Our client's loved them. He did good.
A very long time client of ours sent us this the next day. "Tell Connor his cupcakes are toddler approved." I love it.
Me & my Lil' Buddy when we got done.
His Mom says " All he wants is your Bolognase." Atta boy buddy!
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