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For The Cowboys’ Home Opener, North Texas Teen Cooks Deliver A Fresh Menu Inside AT&T Stadium

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Dallas Cowboys games offer fans a wide variety of delicious food options, but on Sunday, young cooks had the opportunity to sell their delectable dishes at the home opener at AT&T stadium.

Taste Of The Cowboys

Senior at Frisco High School, Shaniya Hopkins is also known as Chef Hopkins today. When people enjoy the food I created, it makes me very happy, Hopkins remarked. “It gives me a good feeling.”

She was a member of the Frisco ISD team that triumphed in the Taste of the Cowboys Youth Challenge in April of last year. In that competition, high school students battled it out to make a meal themed on tailgating utilising ingredients frequently given to the North Texas Food Bank.

They will receive a $10,000 grant for their school as well as the chance to serve their winning dish at Sunday’s Dallas Cowboys home opener game as their reward. Hopkins explained, “It’s a taco nibble atop a bed of handmade cheese sauce. Ground meat and refried beans are inside a little taco.

All day long, they fed their “Touchdown Taco Bites” to ravenous fans. Chad Siu, a fan, remarked, “Oh man, this is the second time I’ve had it.” “I had it before the game and am currently having it at halftime.” Some people were unaware that the delicious dishes were prepared by high school chefs.

“You know, high school students made this? Siu said, “That’s wonderful, that’s awesome. “I might be coming back a third time.” Many of these kids hope to work in the restaurant and food industry one day. Hopkins replied, “Well, I want to attend culinary school.

Cooking Classes


Source- Foodwise

At AT&T Stadium, they are honing talents that will serve them well throughout their lives. Hopkins affirmed that time management was important. “We’ve figured out how to accomplish everything in less time.” At the Career and Technical Education Centre of Frisco ISD, Sara Hosford teaches cooking classes.

Hosford added, “I hope they feel a tremendous feeling of pleasure when they get home tonight because they were able to accomplish quite a lot. And I hope that as they enter their young adult years, they will be able to accomplish just about whatever they set their minds to.

Before halftime, all of their taco bites were gone. A group of kids from Lewisville ISD took second place in the Taste of the Cowboys Youth Challenge and had the opportunity to serve their dish, chicken fajita cones, at the big game on Sunday.

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