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FHS Senior Takes 1st Place in The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College’s Chocolate Competition

The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College in Philadelphia hosts an annual chocolate competition in which student competitors must create a chocolate cake.  The cake must exhibit extraordinary design work that each student creates for his or her confection. Whether they choose to design a simple but elegant cake design or go all out with a multi-colored, multi-layered masterpiece, the students are encouraged to be creative. 

Christopher Rible, a senior in the Culinary Magnet Program at Freehold High School, took first place in this year's Chocolate Competition for his chocolate, peanut butter cake with fresh raspberry preserves. As a prize for his first place creation, Christopher was awarded a $6,000 scholarship towards his tuition at The Restaurant School, where he will be attending in the fall. 

Christopher Rible

Christopher's winning cake