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Students go head to head in culinary competition at Eastside High School

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Seared tuna and balsamic caviar sound like items on a menu at a fancy restaurant. But in fact, these dishes were prepared by High School students this morning in a culinary competition. WUFT-FM’s Alyssa Averette has more on the opportunities and experience these students achieved.

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