"Cheftestants" go back to school on "Top Chef D.C."

06/24/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Restaurants

"Top Chef D.C." contestants headed to a Washington, D.C., middle-school cafeteria this week, where their challenge was to create nutritious meals children will actually eat. Specifically, the "cheftestants" had to show an understanding of what youngsters like to eat, and secretly add fruits and veggies to the mix while staying on budget.

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