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Riverview Junior High cooks off Dutch oven style
Annual competition » Students must plan, cook and present meals.

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Winners received trophies and prizes such as gift certificates, Dutch ovens – of course – grills and other cooking implements. Sponsors included Granite Bakery, Camp Chef, Cabela’s, Chuck-a-Rama, IKEA and Sportsman’s Warehouse.

Although the cook off ended in one smoky, tasty, fun day, the students had to sign up and submit their recipes a couple of months in advance. A lot of planning and preparation went into it, but Wayman said it’s all worthwhile for the kids.

At a glance

The 23rd Riverview Jr. High Annual Ninth Grade Dutch Oven Cook Off

First Place » Karli Nicholes and Gabby Benson

Polenta pie with cheese and tomato sauce, tortellini with creamy vegetables, Big Kahuna cookies

Second Place » Makaleigh Rogers and Jorgia Gomez

Pulled pork, macaroni and cheese, monkey bread

Third Place » Carson Chacon and Anthony Valdez

Chili verde, red enchilada casserole

Best Complete Dutch Oven » Makayla Rosevear and Addie Hanks

BBQ chicken wings, sparkling potatoes, Mississippi mud pie

Best Dessert » Hadley Hawkins and Robyn DeMann


Best Costume » Mady Stauffer and Allison Campbell

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"Junior high kids get a negative rap, but they are very adventurous and have a lot of talents and a lot of skills," she said. "This is a really positive aspect to kids this age."


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