Woodbridge chef Ray Duey was featured at the White House over the weekend for the annual Halloween celebration at the nation’s capital. Duey, his assistant James Parker and several culinary students and food sculptors carved the haunted house out of pumpkins. The 3-by-4-foot display took two days and copious amounts of Super Glue to build.
The piece featured trees made from pumpkin stems, shingles from slices of pumpkins and rooftops made from seeds.
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