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Judge keenly awaiting cookery contest showpiece

ByKentOnline reporter

There are just two days left in which to submit recipe entries for kids kitchen contest Young Cooks.

Julia Hallett of Young Cooks judging organisation Whole School Meals (20796914)
Julia Hallett of Young Cooks judging organisation Whole School Meals (20796914)

And one of the judging organisations has expressed its excitement at the prospect of sampling the dishes at the competition’s Masterchef-style final.

Julia Hallett of Deal firm Whole School Meals said: “Following a fantastic year in 2018 for Young Cooks, I’m pleased to say that we are supporting the 2019 competition.

“I’m excited to see what dishes the children prepare this year.”

Organised by the KM Charity Team, the Masterchef-style competition is open to children aged six to 19 from across the south-east.

Separate primary-school, family, secondary-school and overall winners will share £500 in prize money.

But to be in with a chance of taking part in the Masterchef-style final, entrants must submit recipes by midnight on Wednesday (November 6).

Special consideration will be given to dishes incorporating locally sourced ingredients.

Apart from Whole School Meals, Young Cooks is supported by Broadstairs College, Golding Homes, Taylor Meats, the Dog at Wingham, the Southern Co-op, Chequers Kitchen, Macknade Fine Foods, Brakes, Three R's Teacher Recruitment, Kent Catering Services, SE Medical and Principals by CH&CO.

Find out more at www.youngcooks.org.uk.

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