POTTSTOWN, Pa. - Culinary arts students at Pottstown High School put their skills to the test in a unique competition.
Groups of students had to make a sandwich using the following ingredients: pork chops, goat cheese, cherry preserves and potato chips.
The winning sandwich will be added to the menu at Grumpy's Handcarved Sandwiches in Pottstown for one year.
"I wasn't really nervous except for the jelly. Wasn't sure what to do with the jelly," said Keelan Waren, an 11th grade student.
"Some of the sandwiches, most of them, had a good balance, used all the right ingredients, had very good flavor," said Gene Dugan, Grumpy's.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the sandwiches will be donated to the school.
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