Evening Gazette. 6 October 2011. Click to enlarge.
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Students at Teesside High School in Eaglescliffe battled to be crowned the school’s ‘Junior Masterchef’ on Saturday, showing the public and fellow pupils their culinary flair at the school’s busiest ever Open Day. Pupils aged from just nine years old competed in heats over three weeks, with the grand final taking place at Saturday’s Open Day.
The four finalists certainly drew a crowd as visitors packed into the Food and Nutrition department to watch the budding chefs prepare and cook American pancakes. The winning chef was a proud 11-year-old Lliam Casey, from Hartlepool.
Sue Jackson, Head of Food and Nutrition, said: “I am delighted with the enthusiasm shown for this competition and I am especially pleased with the response from the younger students – the chefs of the future!”
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