"Being a chef is more than just knowing the correct technique for dicing an onion, how to create a béchamel, or what the difference is between blanching and shocking a bunch of asparagus spears.
It’s also – perhaps most importantly -- about knowing the ingredients, how to choose the freshest and best, understanding how they work together, and knowing where they come from.
That’s where the garden at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School in Franklin comes in – the pride and joy of culinary arts instructor and garden coordinator Nancy Haney."
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|cherry tomatoes in the Tri-County garden (photo provided by Tri-County)|
|Nancy Haney check out tomatoes from the Tri-County garden (photo provided by Tri-County)|
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