Commissioner Comer Looking For Junior Chefs

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Updated: 2/14/2013 11:41 am
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer is looking for culinary artists to compete in the first Kentucky Farm to School Junior Chef competition.

It's open to teams of three to five students in grades 9-12.

District competitions will be help in April and regional competitions will be held in May.

The regional winners will compete at the Kentucky State Fair in August.

Forms, entry fees, and recipes are due March 11th.

You can find more information on the competition here.
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