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Interested in being a judge for Jr Iron Chef 2015? We are looking for more chefs, foodies, and food service professionals! 


 

We are deeply humbled and impressed by the immense effort each and every team put into their recipes. Thank you for making this event a sucess. 

 

To discuss partnership with Jr Iron Chef VT, contact Amy at info@jrironchefvt.org.



 

The 2015 event organizers are Will Gowen and Amy Gifford. Please contact us with questions or ideas at info@jrironchefvt.org.


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Did you know that Twin Valley has a Jr Iron Chef Cook-off with close to 100 participants? The winners defend their school's winning streak at Jr Iron Chef Vermont!



2014 Winning Teams

**On March 22, 2014, 65 teams competed in two heats for the following honors**


Middle School AM Heat

Mise en Place: Beet Cups with Egg Frittatas
Wildcat Chefs, St. Albans Town Education Center (#23) 
This award goes to the team that shows exemplary teamwork, order, and professionalism.

Lively Local: Spicy, Chipolte Black Bean Sliders
Country Girls, Twin Valley (#32) 
This award goes to the team that best highlights Vermont foods.

Crowd-Pleaser: Winter Root Pancakes
Sharon Shredders, Sharon Elementary (#2) 
This award goes to the team that best incorporates color, texture, and taste for a true crowd-pleasing dish.

High School AM

Mise en Place: Farmhouse Brunch Bowls
Rebel Chefs, South Burlington High School (#6) 
This award goes to the team that shows exemplary teamwork, order, and professionalism.

Lively Local: Sweet Potato Black Bean Burger with Caramelized Onions & Creamy Avocado Dressing
Bean Queens, Middlebury Union High School (#8) 
This award goes to the team that best highlights Vermont foods.

Crowd Pleaser: Flatbread Tacos
CVU Chefhawks, Champlain Valley Union (#21) 
This award goes to the team that best incorporates color, texture, and taste for a true crowd-pleasing dish.

Middle School PM

Mise en Place: Rainbow Root Latkes with Apple Compote
Chef Jackets, Milton Middle (#21) 
This award goes to the team that shows exemplary teamwork, order, and professionalism.

Lively Local: Black Bean Burgers
Hartland Wildcats, Hartland Elementary School (#18) 
This award goes to the team that best highlights Vermont foods.

Crowd Pleaser: Veggie Hash
Culinary Lancers, Lamoille Union Middle School (#8) 
This award goes to the team that best incorporates color, texture, and taste for a true crowd-pleasing dish.

High School PM

Mise en Place: Vegetable and Tofu Naan w/ Parsnip Cilantro Puree
Rebel Amigas, Leland and Gray Union (#7) 
This award goes to the team that shows exemplary teamwork, order, and professionalism.

Lively Local: Savory Crepes
Whitcomb Hornets, Bethel Schools (#20) 
This award goes to the team that best highlights Vermont foods.

Crowd Pleaser: Stuffed Spartan Tomato
The 3 Spartaneers, Winooski High School (#3) 
This award goes to the team that best incorporates color, texture, and taste for a true crowd-pleasing dish.


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