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GRAND CHUTE (WLUK) -- Some Fox Valley Technical College students are preparing for a culinary throw down!

This weekend FVTC culinary arts students have a LSO Market Throw Down at Future Neenah Farmers Market. Local, Sustainable & Organic (LSO) is an elective class within the Culinary Arts associate degree program. It teaches all about fresh, local cooking.

FOX 11's Emily Deem spent Tuesday morning in Grand Chute to learn more about the program and the Throw Down!

This year’s throw down is Saturday, Oct. 9.

The throw down is a one-hour cooking competition amongst FVTC students who must cook outside at the market & use only products purchased from the market that day. Plus, they must incorporate a mystery ingredient they learn about at the throw down. In one hour of cooking time, they must produce one plated salad and one plated risotto.

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People are also encouraged to stop out at Fox Valley Technical College tonight for their Open House:

  • Tuesday 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Registration is encouraged
  • Presentations & tours of campus & hands-on labs
  • Financial Aid assistance
  • Apply for FREE during Open House ($30 fee waived)
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