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Carver baker competes on Foodstuff Network ‘Halloween Baking Championship’

The devil is in the dessert for Carver pastry chef Steven Sechoka. 

Sechoka, a 2005 graduate of Carver Significant University, is one of 10 bakers to compete on Year 7 of “Halloween Baking Championship,” premiering at 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, on the Food stuff Network.

The series, one of numerous Halloween-themed exhibits on the Food items Network, aims to crown the best baker of creepy cupcakes, killer crepes and other backbone-chilling confections. The winner gets $25,000.

Steven Sechoka, a 2005 graduate of Carver High, will be one of 10 bakers to compete on the Food Network's "Halloween Baking Championship," starting Sept. 13.

In just about every episode, the bakers are tasked with building terrifying but tasty Halloween-styled desserts beneath deadline stress. This season’s concept is 1980s slasher videos (think: “Friday the 13th,” “Nightmare on Elm Street”). Just one contestant is eradicated at the finish of each and every episode even though the some others consider their cauldrons and go on to the up coming problem.

“It was tremendous-intense,” Sechoka claimed. “I took a lot of deep breaths and drank a ton of h2o.”