Students from Monroe’s Culinary Arts program won the Marc Sarrazin Cup, the top honor bestowed at the 145th Salon of Culinary Art competition held recently at the International Hotel, Motel and Restaurant Show in New York. The Marc Sarrazin Cup is awarded each year to the culinary team deemed to perform the best overall in the competition, as determined by the level of technical skills and creative artistry reflected in the submitted entries’ preparation and presentation. Monroe College has won the Marc Sarrazin Cup two out of the last three competitions, including in 2011, its first time participating in the competition. "We are honored and proud to receive the coveted Marc Sarrazin Cup again this year," said Frank C. Costantino EdD CEC CCE AAC, Dean of the School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts. This year, the Monroe College team also won a gold medal for a tallow carving of an angel, a silver medal for a wedding cake, and a silver medal for a cake based on the Walt Disney movie "Wall-E."