Hey Kids, What’s your Recipe for Success?
What's the contest all about?
The Recipe for Success contest aims to nourish the potential of Winnipeg kids by getting them talking about, preparing and eating healthy food. The contest is hosted by The Winnipeg Foundation.
The Winnipeg Foundation believes all kids should have access to the healthy food, nutrition education and cooking skills they need to grow and thrive. Our Nourishing Potential Endowment Fund helps make that possible. Click here to find out how.
- Keith Muller,
Dean, Red River College’s School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts.
- Sharon Blady,
Minister of Healthy Living and Seniors
- Susan Millican,
Board Chair, The Winnipeg Foundation
- Ace Burpee,
Morning Show Host, Virgin 103 and Nourishing Potential Advisory Committee Member
- Nicole Dubé,
Social Media Reporter, CTV Morning Live
Thank you to everyone who participated and voted in the Recipe for Success Video Cooking Contest.
Of the 56 excellent videos submitted in this inaugural contest, the following took top prizes:
- Grand Prize: Wrap of Awesomeness by Strathcona Elementary School
- Runner-Up: Mulvey Mouthful by Mulvey School
- People’s Choice: Maple Bacon "Kimcheese" Sandwich by École Van Walleghem School
- Wild Card: Picnic Sandwich by École Lacerte
- Wild Card: BLT Mega by Polson School
You can still watch all the amazing videos created by Winnipeg kids. Watch the videos
Read the full media release: Winners announced in Recipe for Success Video Cooking Contest and Winning Recipes
Great prizes awarded!
Three, $500 grants to support healthy food (for the Grand Prize, Runner-Up and People’s Choice teams)
Five Junior Master Chef Culinary Adventures at Red River College’s (RRC) School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts (for all the winning teams)
Plus the Wrap of Awesomeness will be featured at RRC’s Culinary Exchange restaurant