Fort Pierce Central High culinary arts students share their craft with guests

Fort Pierce Central Culinary Arts students prepared and served lunch for 30 area leaders on March28 inCentral’s Cobra Cafe.  St. Lucie County School Board Member Kathryn Hensley coordinated the lunch during a visit by Dr. Jack Payne, Vice President of University of Florida for the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS).  Guests included community leaders in education, research, and economic development who highlighted our local area’s ‘possibilities’.  The students served a delicious lunch of spicy tomato soup, Caesar salad, and cheesecake.  FPC Cobras are cooking! Pictured is Gabriela Garcia making Picatta sauce for chicken.