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Students Create New Dish for Space Station

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On April 21, 2016 Students served their dishes to judges during the HUNCH Culinary Challenge Finals at Space Center in Houston. Astronauts, NASA food scientist, and International Space Station program officials were among the taste testers.The winning dish is a red pepper risotto from Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, New Jersey. The risotto entrée created by high school students will be processed for flight and enjoyed by astronauts aboard the International Space Station next year.

Added on the 17/05/2016 15:53:37 - Copyright : Wochit

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