UConn holds 20th Culinary Olympics
STORRS — UConn held its annual Culinary Olympics Tuesday for the 20th year.
12 teams of three chefs compete from all the UConn dining facilities.
Each team is given a mystery box of ingredients and have 75 minutes to complete three tapas, which is small food or appetizers on a single plate.
This years competition was judge by Christopher Prosperi, chef-owner of Metro Bis Restaurant in Simsbury; Rand Richards Cooper, food and travel writer and food critic with The New York Times; and Kristen Fritz and Jeannette Punsoni Dardenne of Eat In Connecticut.