Chelsea Gantt, left, and Eddie Windham, culinary arts students at Rock Hill's Applied Technology Center, pitted their skills against other students at a Charleston culinary competition Sunday. Gantt won a scholarship to Johnson & Wales University for her recipe, Shrimp and Grits in Paradise.
Chelsea Gantt, left, and Eddie Windham, culinary arts students at Rock Hill's Applied Technology Center, pitted their skills against other students at a Charleston culinary competition Sunday. Gantt won a scholarship to Johnson & Wales University for her recipe, Shrimp and Grits in Paradise.
Chelsea Gantt, left, and Eddie Windham, culinary arts students at Rock Hill's Applied Technology Center, pitted their skills against other students at a Charleston culinary competition Sunday. Gantt won a scholarship to Johnson & Wales University for her recipe, Shrimp and Grits in Paradise.

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