A Look Inside Pgh’s Teen Chef Competition
From knife skills and mother sauces to composting and the global supply chain, there’s a culinary arts training program in McKees Rocks hoping to inspire the next generation of Pittsburgh foodies. The Steel Chef Cook-off Competition puts local teens through a 10-week intensive cooking class taught by local chefs before a final, reality TV-style competition next week. And the best part? You can taste and judge it all! Project manager Jenifer Davison is here to share the deets.
The final showdown is Monday, March 27, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the Father Ryan Arts Center in McKees Rocks. Get your tickets here.
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