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Students won silver in Swedish School Championships for bakers

Two students from Österänggymnasiet won silver in the Swedish School Championships for bakery and confectionery. They also won the prize for the best Danish pastry.
Kristianstad • Publicerad 19 mars 2019 • Uppdaterad 20 mars 2019
Foto: Ronja Oskarsson

Alma Lübeck and Elin Ingerby from Österänggymnasiet won the silver medal at the Swedish School Championships on the 12th of March. In the competition, ten pairs participated with pupils from different schools in Sweden. The pupils are on the Restaurant and Food program, focusing on bakery and confectionery.

How did it feel to get silver?

- It was so awesome, unreal and really fun, says Alma Lübeck.

- I couldn't believe it, it was unexpected, says Elin Ingerby.

The competition lasted for 4.5 hours where they competed in five different branches.

- We also got the prize for the best Danish pastry, so that was also really great, says Alma Lübeck.

How was it to compete?

- It was the first time we competed, so we were a bit unsure. It is difficult to make everything in 4.5 hours. We managed it with five-minutes to spare, says Elin Ingerby.

"We would like to compete again", says Alma Lübeck and Elin Ingerby, pupils at Österänggymnasiet. It’s their third year on the Restaurant and Food Program specialising in bakery and confectionery.
"We would like to compete again", says Alma Lübeck and Elin Ingerby, pupils at Österänggymnasiet. It’s their third year on the Restaurant and Food Program specialising in bakery and confectionery.Foto: Ronja Oskarsson
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