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Kansas Beef Council to host beef cookoff for kids


If you are the parent, grandparent or guardian of a child ages 9 to 13 and the two of you love to cook Grandma's beef dishes for your family, the Kids in the Kitchen Beef Cookoff is the contest for you. Teams (each consisting of one child between the ages of 9 to 13 and the child's parent, grandparent or legal guardian) should submit an American classic or old-time family favorite beef recipe that has been improved, revised or modified to be more convenient, healthier or both for today's busy family. Three major ingredients, preparation or cooking changes from the original would constitute a revised recipe. Include comments telling how you changed the recipe in 50 words or less. Recipes should include no more than nine ingredients, including beef (not including water and plain salt and pepper), and be prepared and cooked in 30 minutes or less (not including marinating time). Types of recipes may include, but are not limited to, main dish lunches or dinners, one-dish meals, sandwiches or wraps, pasta- and grain-based dishes or main dish salads.

Please send recipes to the following address: Kansas Beef Council, Attn: Kids in the Kitchen Beef Cookoff, 6031 SW 37th Street, Topeka, KS 66614.

Entry deadline is Aug. 5. The eight finalists will be notified by Aug. 19. Finalists will prepare their recipes during the Kansas State Fair on Sept. 17 in the Domestic Arts Building on the state fairgrounds in Hutchinson. Only one recipe per contestant may be submitted.

All contestants must be residents of Kansas. You are not eligible to enter if you are a food professional, such as a chef, food writer, home economist, food educator, caterer or if you prepare food on a professional basis. In addition, employees or officers of any state beef industry organization or the spouse, parent or child of said employee/officer may not enter.

The grand prize winner will receive a $300 cash prize. Second, third and fourth places will receive $200, $150 and $100, respectively.

All recipes will become the exclusive property of the Kansas Beef Council. For complete rules and regulations, visit www.kansasbeef.org.

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