Judge Ralph Feraco, executive chef at the Naples Sailing and Yacht Club and president of the local chapter of the American Culinary Federation, left, and Palmetto Ridge High School chef instructor and culinary arts program director Claudio Ferrer, right, discuss the creativity used in making some of the edible centerpieces as Judge Jim Anderson, director of food and beverage for The Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club, looks on in the background during the culinary competition between culinary students of Palmetto Ridge High School and Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology on Tuesday. The schools came together at Lorenzo Walker for competition to give students experience and confidence dealing with pressure. Around 40 students competed for medals in either cake decorating, edible centerpiece making, or hot food mystery box team competitions.

Photo by Tracy Boulian, Daily News

Judge Ralph Feraco, executive chef at the Naples Sailing and Yacht Club and president of the local chapter of the American Culinary Federation, left, and Palmetto Ridge High School chef instructor and culinary arts program director Claudio Ferrer, right, discuss the creativity used in making some of the edible centerpieces as Judge Jim Anderson, director of food and beverage for The Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club, looks on in the background during the culinary competition between culinary students of Palmetto Ridge High School and Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology on Tuesday. The schools came together at Lorenzo Walker for competition to give students experience and confidence dealing with pressure. Around 40 students competed for medals in either cake decorating, edible centerpiece making, or hot food mystery box team competitions.

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