FSUU declared champion in Caraga Culinary Show and Live Competition 2014

SURIGAO CITY -- The Father Saturnino Urios University (FSUU) Butuan City contingent was declared as over-all champion in the recently concluded 3rd Caraga Culinary Show and Live Competition held at St. Paul University Gym, this city.

This year’s competition is based on point system and the winning contingents received cash prize, medal, diploma and plague of appreciation, it was learned.

For student category: (Dessert Buffet) gold medal - Father Saturnino Urios University (FSSU); silver  medal - Caraga State University (CSU); bronze medal - St. Paul University (SPU) and Surigao State College of Technology (SSCT); diploma - Butuan Doctors College (BDC) and Systems Technology Institute (STI)-Surigao City; (Fruit and Vegetable Carving) silver - Caraga State University; bronze - SSCT and FSUU; (Table Setting) silver - FSUU and SSCT; bronze - CSU, SPU and STI-Surigao City.

For Table Skirting: silver - FSUU and STI-Surigao City; bronze - CSU, SPU and SSCT, and for mini-cake decorating, silver medal went to CSU; bronze medal - SPUS and diploma - FSUU. (Dual Flair) silver - FSUU and SSCT, and bronze - Caraga State University, and for (Chef Wars) silver - FSUU; bronze - CSU, SSCT and Butuan Doctors College, and diploma - SPUS.

While for the professional category: Narcisso’s Cake and Catering Services got the special award for cake decoration; (dessert buffet) gold medal - Randy Descarten; silver medal - SSCT and bronze medal - SPUS. 

Meantime, St. Theresa College of Tandag City got the special award for cake decoration; Jerry Maglinte grabbed the first prize for Salads and Sandwiches; Randy Descarten and St. Theresa College -Tandag City won the second and third prize, respectively.

 The event was graced by vice governor Arturo Carlos Egay, Jr., City Legal Officer Atty Manuel Delani and Surigao City Tourism Council chairman Richard Nick A. Amores. (PIA-Surigao del Norte)

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