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PUBLISHED: 17:45 24 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:57 03 July 2010

Lynn Grove High School's culinary delights

Lynn Grove High School's culinary delights

PUPILS from Lynn Grove High School cooked up a storm of culinary delights when they competed in the Schools Challenge 2008 at the East of England Showground last week.

Lynn Grove High School

PUPILS from Lynn Grove High School cooked up a storm of culinary delights when they competed in the Schools Challenge 2008 at the East of England Showground last week.

Two teams took part, each creating and cooking a two course meal. Team one, which included Jessica Meredith, Dalton Barron, Thomas Soanes and Sophie Cockrill, cooked roast gammon with roast potatoes with all the trimmings, followed by red and blackcurrant crumble with raspberry sauce. Team two, Tommy Hibbits, Georgina Francis, Ashleigh Grey and Charlie Webster, cooked shepherd's pie followed by rhubarb crumble. The challenge is organised by the East of England Agricultural Showground, Peterborough and involves 56 teams from years nine and 10, from across Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and Suffolk.

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