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Food Challenge At the Food Challenge, teams of 3 to 5 students receive a list of ingredients and have 40 minutes to create a dish. The teams then present their dish to judges, and are scored on preparation, serving size, food safety concerns, nutritional value and cost. Students qualify at the country and district level to compete at the state contest. Food Show The Food Show allows individual participants to prepare a recipe at home and bring the day of the contest. Participants present the prepared dish to… Read More →
July 7, 2016 AgriLife Extension offers tips for avoiding Zika Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Dr. Sonja Swiger, 254-968-4144, email@example.com Dr. Mike Merchant, 972-952-9204, firstname.lastname@example.org STEPHENVILLE – The mosquito-transmitted Zika virus is a potential threat to the health of unborn babies in Texas and other states, and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has stepped up efforts to educate the public on ways to protect themselves from this new menace, said agency entomologists. “While people enjoy outdoor activities and travel this summer, it’s important to remember that our first… Read More →