Local high school barbecuing teams returned last weekend from the state championship in Llano with more than just new recipes.
Pre-K & Elementary Breakfast: Maple waffle, apple and fruit juice
Audrey McElwee, Nelly Rempel, and Julia Kinkade with the Dawson County 4-H comprised the first-place Intermediate team at the recent County Food Challenge.
The place Junior team at the recent County Food Challenge consisted of Ainsley Crisp, Jessie McElwee and TAC Crisp with the Dawson County 4-H.
The second place Intermediate team in the recent County Food Challenge was the Dawson County 4-H team of Jordyn Roschetzky, Haley Barry and Isaiah Flores.
Members of the second place Junior team in the recent County Food Challenge were Naomi Thiessen, Naomi Nichols and Philip Kinkade, representing the the Dawson County 4-H.
Monday: Lasagna, green beans, tossed salad and dessert
Tuesday: Baked ham, pe & carrots, cauliflower and dessert
There are two upcoming events on the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce’s calendar.
Food will be the focus of an upcoming fundraiser to benefit Lamesa High School’s chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of American and the LHS barbecue teams.