On Wednesday nights the renowned Los Alamos propagator of flatbread creations – Full of Life Flatbread – is closed to the public. On Nov. 20, however, the restaurant's owner/operator, chef Clark Staub, made an exception. Not only was he open, he handed his kitchen over to 16 children and their fearless leader chef Bethany Markee. The evening represented a second-year of fundraising for the Orcutt Culinary Arts Program designed for kids ages 10-13, which was launched by Markee, a 30-year culinary veteran and director of child nutrition for Orcutt Union School District.

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