Chef Instructor Chad Pagano’s afternoon weekday class is nearing the end of their in-class studies. They’ve graduated from simple cookies and cakes to complex and detailed showpieces and tiered cakes. We’re always amazed by the showpieces the students create and the creative ideas every generation of ICE Pastry & Baking Arts students comes up with. The projects in this class included an Alice in Wonderland theme with detailed characters and pulled sugar curlicues, a colorful under-the-sea scene complete with octopus, a fun Tiki-themed showpiece and an abstract work of art, all made of chocolate. Check out these photos of their chocolate showpieces and get an idea of an day in the life of an ICE Pastry & Baking Arts student.
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