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Spruce Pine Public Library Chopped Teens, Food Panty Edition. Ages 13-19, a summer reading cooking competition open to teams of 1-3 teens. Cook the best meal and win prizes! July 21, 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Teens, If You Can’t Take the Heat, Get into the Library Kitchen!

Are you a teen who cooks up a storm? Does your sister saute? Can your kid cook everything but the kitchen sink? The Spruce Pine Public Library presents Chopped Teens: Food Pantry Edition as part of the 2022 Summer Reading program. The challenge: create a delicious healthy meal using items from a local food pantry box provided by the fine folks at Shepherd’s Staff. Join Katie Elkins, Mitchell County Cooperative Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Agent for an all-out battle of the taste buds. All cooking equipment and ingredients will be provided, and participation is free. Learn about food insecurity and how to get involved with local food access in Mitchell County. The timed competition will be held July 21 from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at the Spruce Pine Public Library. Teens can sign up for a 3-hour cooking competition, working solo or in teams of up to three people. The deadline for sign-up is July 14th. Space is limited. Call the library at 765-4673 or email sppl@amyregionallibrary.org. The winners will be chosen by a panel of local judges, and fabulous prizes will be awarded!