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Youth Cooking Challenge

Area youth compete for the title of top chef

Posted: Apr. 15, 2019 10:34 PM
Updated: Apr. 15, 2019 10:34 PM

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the two pot hole killers will be on the streets for an entire month... at an estimated cost of 118- thousand dollars. the united way of the valley and grater utica area held its finals for its "youth cooking challenge" this evening. the event was held in the test kitchen of the restaurant equipment company in the new hartford shopping center. seven young chefs ages 10 to 14 were teamed up with area cooks to prepare signature dishes. a tasting panel, with the aid of the general public who voted online for their favorite dishes... determined the two finalists who competed this evening. they are-- 12 year old andrew broadbent of remsen. and 10 year old elijah jones of poland. the two young chefs had one hour to prepare at least 2 dishes..with foursecretr the judges. "the creativity that these kids show in the kitchen is really inspiring. they're passion forooking is something that we hope we can support, and the other kids in the community and other families, will be inspired by these young chefs to create family time at meal time." and this year's winner
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