Tallow sculpturing is a culinary expression of food art dating back to the 18th century. This is a medium of food artistry which is mostly classified as one of the lost arts in the culinary profession. The assessment was created to measure student’s ability to create a tallow sculpture as part of the capstone culinary class Garde Manger CUL107. A rubrics was created to incorporate student learning outcomes and assess students in the fall 2012 and spring 2013. Based on the result from fall 2012 some modifications were made for spring 2013 that included creating themed sculptures as opposed to the open theme of choice. Also increasing the amount of class time for students work on sculptures. This allowed students to focus on the project in class and ask questions. Student’s time management scores increased in the Spring 2013 and focus on task because of this change. Students improved in the Spring 2013 over the fall 2012 in all areas.