Teams of middle and high school students from all over Vermont participated in the biggest Jr Iron Chef VT yet! Check out the gret recipes and pictures from the day!
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With 74 teams from across the state, the Champlain Valley Exposition was jam packed with budding chefs on February 2.
Jr Iron Chef VT is part of Vermont's robust Farm to School movement.
Learn more about Jr Iron Chef VT and other great Farm to School inititives across the state.
There are lots of ways to participate!
Jr Iron Chef was a great success! Check back in September to participate in the 7th Annual Jr Iron Chef VT!
The event was a huge success.
Special thanks to our wonderful judges, incredible volunteers, awesome performers, and the talented students!
WOW! Was that fun or WHAT!? Sensational food! Great recipes.... Every one worthy of winning!Congratulations to all Jr Iron Chefs.
Prizes are awarded to middle school (MS) and high school (HS) teams in both the morning and afternoon heats. Lively Local Award: The recipe that best highlights Vermont foods Best in Show: The recipe that incorporates great colors, textures and taste for a true crowd pleaser
Morning Heat Winners
Lively Local Award (MS):Stockbridge Salmon, Stockbridge Central School Best in Show (MS): The Dipsters, Twin Valley Union Middle School
Lively Local Award (HS): Royal Chefs, South Royalton School Best in Show (HS):Rebel Chefs, South Burlington High School
Afternoon Heat Winners
Lively Local Award (MS):The Cougars, Crosset Brook Middle School Best in Show (MS): Charlotte Chefs, Charlotte Central School
Lively Local Award (HS): Zeman's Zing Zangs, Twin Valley Union High School Best in Show (HS):J-Lee Quinwonkers, Twin Valley Union High School
Recipes are grouped by Middle and High school teams. Click the recipe name to view the recipe in a new print-friendly window.