Holly hopes she has recipe for con­test suc­cess

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ASOUTHPORT din­ner lady could win the ti­tle of School Chef of the Year 2017. Holly Charnock, who cooks for the pupils at Kingsmeadow pri­mary school, has been short­listed in the re­gional fi­nal of the com­pe­ti­tion.

Holly will battle it out against five other school chefs in a live ‘cook-off’ in Cheshire next week.

Against the clock and in front of a panel of judges. The six must pre­pare main courses and desserts suit­able for 11-year-olds.

Each will have 90 min­utes to prep and cook the food, with a max­i­mum spend of £1.30 per main and dessert al­lowed.

The win­ner from this re­gional heat will go on to rep­re­sent the North West of Eng­land against nine other re­gional cham­pi­ons in the na­tional fi­nal which is to be held in March.

The cook-off will take place at Cheshire Cook­ery School on Tues­day, Jan­uary 17.

Holly’s im­pres­sive menu will see judges sam­ple Chee­rio Chicken in a flat­bread with home­made salsa, cheese and salad for main course, and a tof­fee ap­ple cake and Chan­tilly cream for dessert.

The other five chefs hail from War­ring­ton, Stock­port, Tame­side, More­cambe and Manch­ester.

Holly Charnock, who works at Kingsmeadow Pri­mary School, could be crowned School Chef of the Year 2017

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