Two young Summerside chefs are getting some national attention for their cooking skills.
Nine-year-old Amani Taleb and eight-year-old Addison MacAusland were in Ottawa this weekend after their recipes were chosen in the Kid Food Nation recipe competition.
'I added my Island touch.' - Amani Taleb
Children from around the country submitted their culinary creations. The top 26 got to go to a gala in the country's capital and had their recipe featured in a cookbook.
Amani won with her lobster salad recipe.
"I tried to think of something healthy and what I thought of was salad, but I knew I couldn't just go with a salad so I added my Island touch and I added some lobster," she said.
Addison's winner was a granola bar recipe featuring honey, bananas and dried cranberries.
Both young chefs belong to the Boys and Girls Club in Summerside, which was one of the sponsors of the competition.
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