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Island’s young chefs are hot stuff

THREE teams have now been selected to take part in the ‘cook off’ final of the 2016 Field to Fork competition run by Argyll College.

The judges were impressed with the first round menu submissions and have selected two teams from Tobermory High School and one from Hermitage Academy in Helensburgh who will now compete for the winner’s trophy and £100 prize money.

The teams will prepare their two-course menus for the judging panel in the college’s professional training kitchen at its Oban centre today (Thursday November 3).

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