Cascade prevails in kitchen showdown

Liberty Bell’s entry featured Caesar salad with homemade tortilla chips and dip.

WINTHROP — Students from three area schools faced off in the kitchen Wednesday for the title of “Top Chef.”

Cascade High School came out on top with a meal of sushi, leaf wraps, egg drop soup and a green tea smoothie.

Hosts were Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club and Sun Mountain Lodge, where the event was held.

Cascade, Omak and Liberty Bell high schools brought teams to the lodge, 604 Patterson Lake Road, and each prepared a nutritious meal for judges. Meals were based on federal ChooseMyPlate.gov nutrition standards.

We are working on a complete story for the Sunday, Feb. 14 edition of The Chronicle.

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