Homeless teens learn to cook Spanish cuisine

East New York students living in a homeless shelter spent their Tuesday learning how to cook Spanish cuisine.



Their first session at restaurant Boqueria involved them making Spanish omelets, as shown by head chef Marc Vidal.



The culinary chefs-in-training all live at the Win homeless shelter in East New York. 



The experience offered an opportunity to learn more about Spain and some important life and career skills.



Each student brought home a kit to make their own dishes with family.


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