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Many thanks for Jr. Iron Chef competition

March 20, 2013
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

To the editor:

The first North Country Jr. Iron Chef competition was a great success!

This cooking competition for middle and high school student teams is a project of the Health Initiative and was held March 9. Each team prepared a healthy, delicious dish with both local and commodity ingredients that could be realistically prepared in a school cafeteria.

Participating teams came from around the North Country, and we thank them for their participation: Bacon Boys, Brasher Falls Central School; Black Ice, Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H, Plattsburgh; Canton Bears, Canton Central School; Canton Golden Chefs, Canton Central School; Cooking Zebras, Brasher Falls Central School; DeKalb Dominators, Hermon-DeKalb Central School; Future Chefs, Northern Franklin Educational Center BOCES; Healthy in Heuvelton, Heuvelton Central School; Healthy Panthers, Brushton-Moira Central School; Panther Pride Chefs, Brushton-Moira Central School; Peru Blue, Peru Central School; Seaway Tech, Seaway Technical Center BOCES; Seaway Tracker, Seaway Technical Center BOCES; Stone Cold Chefs, Potsdam Central School; Top Cats, Northern Adirondack Central School; The Miss Fitz, Malone Central School; and Treble Chefs, Massena Central School.

Two expert panels judged the dishes, and we thank them: Addie J. Russell, assemblywoman of New York state Assembly District 116; Artie Frego, food service director at St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES; Autumn Crabtree, student at Little River Community School; Brian Walker, chef and proprietor of the 1844 House; Ellie Siegfried, student at Little River Community School; Jean Rowe, Health Initiative board member from United Helpers Management Company; John Kordet of Parsley Place Herbs; Julie Holbrook, food service director at Keene Central School; Kyle Mayette, executive chef at Clarkson University; Lauren French, superintendent of Gouverneur Central School; Megan Kent of Kent Family Growers; and Susan Shene, superintendent of Clifton-Fine Central School.

We are also grateful to our partner, St. Lawrence University, and to our sponsors: DBM Web Design, Healthy Schools NY, Cabot Cheese, Great Northern Printing, Hands on Health Holistic Healing and our media sponsor, North Country Public Radio. We thank the following individuals and businesses for their donations or loans: Chef Kyle Mayette at Clarkson University, Martin's Needham Road Market, and Drumlin's End Farm and Squeak Creek Apiaries via North Country Grown Cooperative.

Please visit the event website at ncjrironchef.org to view photos, download recipes and see the list of winning teams. The Health Initiative looks forward to another exciting North Country Jr. Iron Chef competition in 2014!

Sarah Bentley-Garfinkel

School program director

Health Initiative

Potsdam

 
 

 

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