Here are some seriously sweet competitions for youth! If you are a team from Gallatin County, let Aubree at email@example.com know you are competing. Need assistance, video equipment, etc. to compete? Drop us a line! We will do our best to get you the hook-up.
If you avoid cafeteria food then here’s your chance to make it delicious and awesome (and win a sweet contest):
Cooking Up Change challenges teams of high school and college students to create a healthful and delicious school meal that meets the Institute of Medicine nutrition standards, incorporates a local food item, draws from ingredients commonly available to food service, and can be easily prepared in a school kitchen. Finalists will prepare their recipes in Detroit for a prestigious panel of judges. Conference participants will sample the teams’ delicious creations. Submit your recipes online by March 26, 2010. For contest guidelines and information, visit www.cookingupchange.org.
Show the world what real food is through YOUR eyes and win some DOUGH!
Real Food Is…2010 National Video Contest challenges students to define what real food means to them by creating a short video that completes the phrase “Real Food is…” Created by the National Farm to School Network and sponsored by the Lunch Box Project, this contest is open to K-12 and college students and runs until March 29, 2010. The winners will receive $1,000 and an all expenses paid trip to the conference to show their videos during the opening plenary. More info is available at video.farmtoschool.org.