National student chef competition looked like reality food TV

TED ALLEN, host of “Chopped” on the Food Network and author of “In My Kitchen,” welcomes over 400 high school students from across the U.S. to the 17th Annual National Prostart Invitational. / COURTESY NATIONAL RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION EDUCATION FOUNDATION
TED ALLEN, host of “Chopped” on the Food Network and author of “In My Kitchen,” welcomes over 400 high school students from across the U.S. to the 17th Annual National Prostart Invitational. / COURTESY NATIONAL RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION EDUCATION FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE - The Rhode Island Convention Center had the look of a food reality TV show over the weekend including a big-money jackpot and national celebrities on hand. This was no TV show. It was a real-life competition - the National ProStart Invitational, the country’s premier secondary-school competition focused on restaurant management and culinary arts.…

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