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Dylan Hooks cooks some hamburger in Mrs. Moore's class

Dylan Hooks cooks some hamburger in Mrs. Moore’s class

From defrosting pizza rolls to asparagus wrapped in bacon, the Family Consumer Science Class has taught many students a large variety of cooking and family oriented techniques.

Dylan Hooks is a student at Cross Creek High School, a second year Family Consumer Science student. When asking Dylan what he liked about this class he said “we get to cook a lot!”

Dylan has learned a lot from browning meat without a lid to correctly seating a table. This class has really benefitted Dylan. When asking Dylan if was going to further his career in Family Consumer Science He said “no.”

Dylan picked this pathway “to Cook” Dylan’s favorite dish is chicken and his least favorite is meat load.

Ms. Moore, who teaches the class, said Dylan is a good student.

“I like him,” Moore said. “He is improving every year.”

She also said his best dish is “Buffalo Chicken Dip”.

Adriana Goldner who is vice president of FCCLA, said she has improved her safety skills with knives and other kitchen equipment after being in the class.

This is Goldner’s third year in the class and she plans to be in it next year.

Goldner said her friends got her interested in the class.

“I saw the other kids doing it,” Goldner said. “And I really like to cook.”

Goldner’s favorite dishes are chicken parmesan and fried Oreos.

Goldner Really like the class “We get close to the other students and we look out for each other.” She plans on going to collage as a pastry chef just for fun.