Chloe’s Commentary: Culinary Arts catering event review

Chloe Rathbun, News Editor

Junior Thea Pipe smiles as she prepares to dig into her chipotle turkey wrap. Pictured beside her is a baggie full of potato chips, which she ate quickly after.

I got the chipotle turkey wrap which was paired with potato chips, garlic aioli and a Rice Krispy treat.

The chipotle turkey wrap included three meats, turkey, salami, and bacon, as well as muenster cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, and onions.  As I bit into it, I immediately noted the wonderful flavor of the chipotle sauce distributed throughout the wrap. 

The wrap was delicious to say the least and although my spice tolerance is fairly low, I didn’t find the chipotle sauce too spicy. I almost wished it had a little more of a kick to it. 

I alternated between the potato chips and bites of my wrap. The potato chips were thin and liberally, almost too much so, coated in salt. They were paired with a garlic aioli sauce that I ended up dipping my wrap into. The garlic aioli sauce was perhaps the best part of the entire meal, it was beyond exquisite, especially paired with the potato chips that absolutely melted in my mouth.

After finishing the main course of the meal, and with a long water break, I moved onto the dessert. I don’t have a lot to say about the Rice Krispy treat, anything with marshmallows tastes wonderful to me.