Kids’ Food Literacy Sandwich Contest: Garden Italian Sandwich
Mark’s Garden Italian Sandwich is dandelion delicious! Not to mention its the winning recipe of our Kids’ Food Literacy Sandwich Contest! Read more about it here:
Name: Mark Brunkhorst
School: Leo A. Palmiter High School Culinary Academy
Hello, my name is Mark Brunkhorst and I look forward to competing in the California Food Literacy Center, Kids Sandwich Contest. I believe that my Sandwich is really healthy because I concentrated in the use of vegetables from our school sustainable garden. My school has two academies the first is the Culinary Academy that I am a part of. And the other is the Sustainable Agriculture Academy that grows and provides us with delicious organic vegetables from their gardens. Together we operate a student run Culinary Café that is open to the public on Thursdays. I hope this information is useful to you so that you can get to know me and my background a little better. It will be an honor to be a participant in your event and I think that my sandwich represents “food literacy” principles of nutrition, sustainability and local farming. My sandwich is easy to make and nutritionally balanced.
I am an 11th grade student at Leo A. Palmiter Junior/Senior High School Culinary Arts Academy. Last year I did an internship at Zuchinberg and competed in the California ProStart Boyd’s Culinary Cup. We came in 20th place out of 40 schools. The competition was exciting because I got to try duck and meet Master Chefs, There are only 64 Master Chefs in the world so, it was a big deal for me. We also helped cater the Sacramento Tree foundation dinner and I got to meet and cook for Congress woman Matsui and Bobby Jackson from the Sacramento kings.
Thank you for reading my essay and I hope that you pick my recipe. Bon Appetite
- Rosemary Herb Foccocia bread
- Genoa Salami
- Pepperjack Cheese
- Black Seeded Simpson lettuce
- Cherokee purple Heirloom tomatoes
- Cal wonderbanana peppers
- House pickled garden vegetables
- Garlic Aioli
- Kalamata olives
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Salt and Pepper
- Harvest all vegetables from school sustainable garden, wash and prep properly.
- Make bread and pickles and aioli as per separate recipes.
- Slice bread into portions and then in half.
- Toast bread portions and coat inside with aioli.
- Add salami and cheese to bottom section.
- Add lettuce and top with tomatoes, peppers, pickles and olives.
- Finish sandwich with evoo and balsamic. Season with S & P
Serve with lightly seasoned “Squash Fries”’
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