Young Chefs Invited To Compete In 4-H Food Fest
Youth ages 9 to 19 who want to show off their cooking skills can enter their best dishes in the 2013 4-H Oklahoma County Food Fest scheduled to get underway Monday, March 4, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The 4-H Food Fest, which will be held at the Oklahoma County OSU Cooperative Extension Service located at 930 N. Portland, is open to all youth across the metro area.
“We want to stress that you don’t have to be in 4-H to enter,” said Amanda Horn, a Registered Dietitian who is also a Family and Consumer Sciences Educator for the Oklahoma County OSU Cooperative Extension Program. “We want any young person who loves to cook to bring in their favorite dishes.”
Participants in the Food Fest will bring in their prepared dishes, which will be placed in one of six classes: Main Dishes, Breads and Cereals, Ethnic Favorites, Fruits and Vegetables, Nutritious Snacks, and Desserts. Each participant can enter up to two dishes in the 4-H Food Fest within one of two age categories (9 to 12 and 13 to 18).
“We hope to have a variety of dishes in each category,” Horn commented. “It’s always fun for participants to see how creative their competitors can get.”
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