UH-MC Culinary Arts Program students to sell baked goods to public Friday

The Maui News

The University of Hawaii Maui College Culinary Arts Program’s advanced baking students will sell their baked goods to the public during their “Back Door Bake Shop” Friday.

Products for sale will include laminated and sweet doughs, with pre-packed boxes of six going for $20 and a baker’s dozen (13 items) priced at $40.

The six-piece box includes regular croissant, pain au chocolate, sticky bun, Danish pastry, coffee cake and mixed berry muffin. The baker’s dozen box includes the same items as well as a ham and cheese croissant, two extra Danish pastries, hazelnut snail, sweet roll with raisins, chocolate cherry muffin and a travel cake.

Customers must pay in advance at order.menudrive.com/ universityofhawaiimauiculinarydepartment.

Supplies are limited to 50 six-piece boxes and 50 baker’s dozen boxes, with the cutoff time for orders at 3 p.m. today. Only Visa and MasterCard are accepted, and customers do not need an account to log in.

Orders can be picked up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the “back door” of the Pa’ina Building on campus.

The college cannot accommodate substitutions or special orders.

All proceeds go toward the culinary program.


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