Dancer made lentil stew and had a Moroccan theme.
Spark made tator tot hotdish, which he ate as soon as the judging was over.
The kids both earned a blue ribbon. They focused a lot on what was in the dish nutrient wise and that wasn't the kind of questions the judge asked. However, the rest of the presentation wasn't the best. You can see here that Spark doesn't have any silverware, that is because Dancer didn't pack any and she needed it when he was done for her place setting. And the silverware he brought - a salad fork, a steak knife and teaspoon. The judge should have been able to tell that their mother didn't do the work though! Their place setting was also lacking in flare, I think we are all just too busy and imagination wasn't there, Spark didn't even have a theme.
A handful of the kids that were left at the end. This judging for this project goes about four hours with us getting there at 5:00 p.m. and going until about 9:00 p.m. making it too late for a lot of the little ones to stay to the end and hear the results.