Josh Berry, executive chef at UNION Restaurant in Portland, gives Aydin Lanois, 9, a hand while making apple crisps with Lewiston 21st Century students at Geiger Elementary School on Friday. Berry and executive sous chef Matt Duley worked with students during their Friday Culinary Club. Each student made three apple crisps: two to bake at home and one to give to the other half of their after-school program students who chose to do yoga rather than cooking. “Encouraging kids to cook at home is important,” Berry said. Shyanne Turner, 11, is at left and Kadra Soubane, 10, is at right. 

Each student made three apple crisps. Two were to take home and bake and one was to give to their 21st Century after-school classmates who chose to practice yoga rather than cook. 

Executive sous chef Matt Duley helps Lewiston 21st Century students coat their apple slices with flour at Geiger Elementary School on Friday. 

Josh Berry, executive chef at UNION Restaurant in Portland, and Lewiston 21st Century students finish their apple crisps at Geiger Elementary School on Friday.


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