Austin, Texas – March 7, 2015 – Similar to the reality television show “Iron Chef”, the Texas School for the Deaf (TSD) is proud to host the 6th Annual Deaf Culinary Bowl – a culinary competition for high school students from across America who are deaf and hard of hearing, March 7, at the Austin Institute of Art (AIA).
Bringing students together for professional development, career and skills training, networking, competition and specialty culinary workshops, this 6th annual event welcomes students from: California School for the Deaf – Fremont, California School for the Deaf – Riverside, Missouri School for the Deaf, and Texas School for the Deaf.
The competition begins at 9:00 am, Saturday March 7, following a full day of preparations and workshops on Friday.
WHAT: 6th Annual Deaf Culinary Bowl
Hosted by Texas School for the Deaf
WHEN: Saturday, March 7, 2015
9:00 am – 12:00 noon
WHERE: Competition held at the Art Institute of Austin
101 West Louis Henna Blvd, Suite 100
Round Rock, Texas 78728
MORE: Four-person teams competing from Texas School for the Deaf, California School for the Deaf-Riverside, California School for the Deaf-Fremont and Missouri School for the Deaf must complete their courses in under 30 and 45 minutes to submit for judging, presenting their best efforts in appetizers, entrees and desserts.
ABOUT THE TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (TSD)
The Texas School for the Deaf is the oldest continuously operating public school in Texas. Educating students of Texas who are deaf and hard of hearing since 1856, TSD also provides outreach and educational resources for students, their families and professionals in the field throughout the state of Texas. With educational excellence and a strong belief in a culture and community at TSD, students form a unique identity based on their individual strengths and talents. TSD is an environment where students learn, grow, and belong. For more information about the Texas School for the Deaf, visit http://www.tsd.state.tx.us/.