"History was made at the Iron Chef! We had a tie," exclaimed Hotchkiss K-8 principal Carrie Coats.
Glenda Young, who teaches the chefs at Hotchkiss, said that Team #1 Beefie Bros and Team# 3 Street Boyz tied for first place with each scoring 447 points.
"Never has this happened in the six years we have been doing this," Young said. "So Teresa Burns [from Black Mesa Cattle Women] suggested we get their scores from [their] Beef Cook-offs, and that would determine our first place team."
There is a scored Beef Cook-off each quarter with each winning team earning a place in the Iron Chef competition.
The Beef Cook-off scores were the tie-breakers. Beefie Bros took first place for the Iron Chef and second place went to Street Boyz.
The Beefie Bros were Joseph Nault, Braxton Trujillo and Matthew Williams. The Street Boyz were Colton Peebles, Kash Williams and Jackson Little.
In third place with 432 points was Team #5 Deep Fried with Roggen Frick, Morgan Miller, Kambry Hall, Courtney Mattler and Kaylee Carpenter. In fourth with 427 points was Team #2 Meat Machines with Kale Lizlman and Logan Mayberry and in fifth with 354 points was Team #4 Men in Black with Wade Katzdorn, Devin Curtis and Cyrus Baxter.
The competition was held at Hotchkiss K-8 on Tuesday, May 21. Each team had one hour to prepare an entire meal with a main dish, appetizer or salad, drink and dessert. Their goal for this competition was to make the best burger.blog comments powered by Disqus