Panhandle youth compete in District 4-H Food Challenge
Almost 300 youth from 17 Panhandle counties competed in the 4-H Food Challenge sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service on Oct. 14 at MK Brown Memorial Auditorium and Civic Center in Pampa.
The Food Challenge is modeled after such competitions as the Food Network’s Iron Chef, said Shawnte Clawson, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 4-H and youth specialist in Amarillo.
The 4-H Food Challenge allows teams of three to five 4-H members to create a dish using a predetermined set of ingredients. From these ingredients, 4-H members must identify, prepare and then present information related to the preparation process, nutritional value, serving size and cost of the dish.
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