Anderson County Captures 2015 Junior Chef Crown

LOUISVILLE , Ky. – The “Culinary Cats” of Anderson County clawed their way to the 2015 Kentucky Proud Farm to School Junior Chef championship Friday at the Kentucky Exposition Center. Team members Christina Montgomery, Gracie Inabnitt, Mary Grace Bamburger, Abby Coyle, and Ally Hays won the third...

Students Will Cook For Scholarships at the Third Annual Junior Chef Competition

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Fifteen high school teams from across Kentucky will compete for scholarships and the coveted championship trophy at the third annual Kentucky Proud Farm to School Junior Chef Tournament during the Kentucky State Fair at the Kentucky Exposition Center. “The Junior Chef competition...

Owen County Shows its Kentucky Proud Colors with Junior Chef Championship Dish

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Looking sharp in maroon and silver football jerseys, and working together as a team, the Owen County High School Rebels won a state championship Friday. But the sport wasn’t football. That championship won’t be played for three more months. Owen County’s “Cuisine Rebels,”...

Mayfield prevails by a knife’s edge for the first Junior Chef Championship

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Mayfield High School earned the first Farm to School Junior Chef championship with a narrow victory over Fern Creek on Friday during the Kentucky State Fair at the Kentucky Exposition Center. “The Junior Chef competition is one of the great successes of the 2013 Kentucky State Fair,”...

Top prep kitchen stars will go to the (place) mat at the first Farm to School Junior Chef Cook Off

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The new state high school competition doesn’t involve balls and nets, but pots and pans. The players won’t be shooting three-pointers or running for the goal line, but they’ll be chopping and dicing their way to glory. The first Kentucky Farm to School Junior Chef Cook Off will take...

Across Kentucky – July 2, 2013

An update on the first year of the Ky Ag Department’s Junior Chef competition for high school youngsters. KDA program director, Tina Garland say over 35 school teams have taken part in this initial effort, and that Sullivan University has offered significant support in the way of scholarships. This...

Sullivan University to give $70,000 in scholarships to members of top four junior chef teams

LEXINGTON, Ky. —Agriculture Commissioner James Comer today announced that Sullivan University will partner with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Farm to School Junior Chef program to contribute $70,000 worth of scholarships to Junior Chef champions who will be crowned in a statewide competition...