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Culinary Arts

The Payson High School culinary arts class decided to introduce 13 foreign exchange students, their food and culture to the community with a Dec. 5 Worldwide Festival featuring big posters, braziers full of food, and students from Germany, Japan, China, Thailand, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway and other countries dressed in clothes from their countries to share their country with the Rim Country. Edie Miller, the family coordinator for the Education First (EF) Foundation for Foreign Study, had a table explaining the EF program. This year, instead of three students, 13 could come to PHS from Asia and Europe, due to a policy change from the school board. The Payson district may now accept tuition from the parents of foreign students, offering a wonderful education for all.

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Representing Taiwan, Chia-Yu Chiu, aka Edward puts the finishing touches on one of his dishes.

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Rebecca Marie Karoliussen from Norway, decided to make Cakeman — a lightly sweet sugar cookie ...

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Payson High School chemistry teacher Meena Rustagi shared Rava idli from her native India. One ...

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Rina Bessho of Japan prepared a cabbage and bacon-topped pancake for the Worldwide Festival.

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Tom Krigbaum asks his grandson Joey Molynevy if he enjoyed the different types of food ...

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