Cooking Up Change Declares Winner

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By: Ashmar Mandou

Students from 18 Chicago public high schools competed at the Cooking up Change, part of Healthy Schools Campaign’s annual healthy cooking context and fundraiser, on Thursday, Oct. 30th at Skyloft at the Bridgeport Art Center. Cooking up an array of deliciously healthy meals, students had the opportunity to show off their culinary creativity in front of several judges at the Cooking up Change competition. Cook up Change is a culinary competition founded by Healthy Schools Campaign that calls upon student chefs to design healthy meals that also meet nutritional standards. The winning team’s dishes will be served at all Chicago Public Schools next semester. This year, students of Marshal Metropolitan High School won the competition with their take on Haitian Spice Chicken, Slamming Collard Greens, and Pineapple Surprise Parfait. The students won an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. to compete at the national competition.

Marshal Metropolitan High School

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