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CHS students learn to make omelets

Campbellsville High School students recently learned about eggs and how to make omelets, from the Egg Lady herself.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” came to Deanna Campbell’s classes recently to talk to students.

 

Bechanan spoke to students about the composition of an egg and how important poultry is in Kentucky.

 

Poultry, she said, is the No. 1 food commodity in Kentucky, and brings in more revenue than the horse industry.

 

Bechanan taught students about the different grades of eggs and the nutrients found in them. She said eggs are affordable, easy to fix and a very versatile food.

 

After learning about eggs, Bechanan showed students how to make an omelet and then let them make their own.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” talks to CHS students about the different grades of eggs.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” talks to CHS students about the different grades of eggs.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” talks to CHS students about how to make an omelet.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” talks to CHS students about how to make an omelet.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” demonstrates how to make an omelet for CHS freshmen, from left, Jakyia Mitchell, Sydney Wilson and Jewell Cox.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” demonstrates how to make an omelet for CHS freshmen, from left, Jakyia Mitchell, Sydney Wilson and Jewell Cox.

 

CHS junior Vivian Brown cracks an egg to make an omelet.

CHS junior Vivian Brown cracks an egg to make an omelet.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” helps CHS junior Vivian Brown make an omelet.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” helps CHS junior Vivian Brown make an omelet.

 

CHS freshman Jakyia Mitchell adds cheese to her omelet.

CHS freshman Jakyia Mitchell adds cheese to her omelet.

 

CHS freshman Jakyia Mitchell, at left, and Sydney Wilson crack eggs to make an omelet.

CHS freshman Jakyia Mitchell, at left, and Sydney Wilson crack eggs to make an omelet.

 

CHS freshman Jewell Cox cracks an egg as she makes an omelet.

CHS freshman Jewell Cox cracks an egg as she makes an omelet.

 

CHS freshman Sydney Wilson pours her egg mixture into her pan as classmate Jakyia Mitchell sprays cooking spray.

CHS freshman Sydney Wilson pours her egg mixture into her pan as classmate Jakyia Mitchell sprays cooking spray.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” looks on as CHS freshmen Sydney Wilson, center, and Jakyia Mitchell make an omelet.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” looks on as CHS freshmen Sydney Wilson, center, and Jakyia Mitchell make an omelet.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” helps CHS freshman Jewell Cox make an omelet.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” helps CHS freshman Jewell Cox make an omelet.

 

CHS teacher Deanna Campbell, at left, and Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” center, watch as junior Aidan McMahan pours his egg mixture into his pan.

CHS teacher Deanna Campbell, at left, and Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” center, watch as junior Aidan McMahan pours his egg mixture into his pan.

 

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” helps CHS junior Aidan McMahan flip his omelet.

Cassinda Bechanan, promotions coordinator with the Kentucky Poultry Federation, known around the state as the “Egg Lady,” helps CHS junior Aidan McMahan flip his omelet.





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