Sonoma County celebrity chef Guy Fieri regularly eats outrageous dishes on Food Network shows like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
Culinary students who entered Windsor High School’s Vineyard Academy, a small learning community within a larger high school, on Monday cooked Mexican rice and beans with Fieri and his nonprofit culinary team. Guy Fieri Foundationled by chef César Orozco.
Fieri and the students worked on wrapping the perfect burrito as part of a hands-on class, the foundation said on Instagram.
According to an Instagram post, “Guy shared his knowledge of the history of ingredients used in cooking. ”
The foundation also writes that students will take Monday’s lesson and use them to make 550 burritos for athletes competing in the competition next week. Special Olympics Northern California event.
According to the Guy Fieri Foundation website, the Petaluma-based nonprofit provides meals in disaster relief situations, assisting veterans and first responders through food, as well as promoting culinary education and literacy programs. are involved in
windsor high school vineyard academy It includes 175 enrolled students in grades 10-12, taking classes in career-related programs such as culinary arts, hospitality, and business administration.