Michigan Junior Chef Competition

The 2015 Michigan Junior Chef Competition is underway, and the first deadline is approaching!

Fresh, local foods, creativity, and teamwork will give you an edge in this fun-filled recipe contest and cooking competition!

First, student teams submit recipes that are fit for a healthy school breakfast meal and feature local, seasonal foods. Recipe contest submissions due by March 25, 2015.

Next, up to 8 teams will be selected to bring their recipes to life in a cook-off competition at Michigan State University on May 13, 2015.

Open to all 7th-12th grade students enrolled in Michigan schools. Teams must consist of 3-4 students and at least one adult coach.

For additional details:

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Visit https://sites.google.com/site/michiganjrchef/ for more details.

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