Julie Evers Awarded $1500 Elijah Moore Scholarship

Julie Evers Awarded $1500 Elijah Moore Scholarship

During @Explore St. Louis’ 10th Annual High School Culinary Cook Off, South Tech’s Lindbergh senior Julie Evers became a multi-scholarship winner.

Evers was South Tech’s captain during the competition and led the team to a 2nd place finish, earning her a $500 scholarship. Evers was also awarded the Elijah Moore Culinary Leadership Award along with a $1,500 scholarship to Forest Park Community College in recognition of her leadership and expertise in the kitchen. Additionally, she was given a culinary knife set valued at $305 and is required for use in her post-secondary courses. Evers is already enrolled at Forest Park where she will complete her Culinary Arts education. She plans to begin a career in catering and event planning after graduating from college.

Evers joined South Tech specifically to pursue her culinary interests. She attended the Explore St. Louis Cook Off last year, but this was her first year of participation. Her role as captain required her to keep her team on task and on time. “Our number one priority was following safety and sanitation practices,” she said. Evers enjoyed the opportunity to get creative as the contest required teams to produce an appetizer, salad, and main course while incorporating secret ingredients that were revealed just before the contest began. Artichokes were one of the required additions and South Tech’s team quickly pickled them in red wine and apple cider vinegar along with carrots, peppers and onions. These were drizzled with a mixed berry vinaigrette that paired with them well. “They were so bright and colorful,” said Evers, who was pleased with the results of her team’s efforts.

Congratulations to the South Tech Culinary team and to Julie!

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