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Adreena Winnfield wins culinary scholarship competition

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Adreena Winnfield was the winner of The Art Institutes Best Teen Chef 2005 scholarship competition.  She beat out competition from across the US and Canada to win the $35,000 scholarship to study culinary arts.

She learned the art of cooking from watching her mother and grandmother and has been cooking since she was 11.

After winning the competition Winnfield graduated from high school and moved to Orange County for her culinary education.

Adreena has been featured on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show“, Restaurant Hospitality, SF Chronicle, Art Institutes, and All Business to name a few outlets.

Read more about Adreena at: Celebrating Children

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Written by Symphony

December 18, 2007 at 12:42 pm

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