Sep 24, 2016 5:33 PM
New Hampshire National Guard holds 'iron chef' competition
The Associated Press
CENTER STRAFFORD (AP) — One might not associate "Iron Chef" competitions with the National Guard, but a competition is taking place between more than three dozen U.S. Army, Air Force and Marine Corps cooks this weekend in New Hampshire.
A panel of judges will grade each team of chefs' culinary talent, teamwork, and ability to adhere to specific military food service guidelines.
The competition is being held Saturday at the Regional Training Institute in Center Strafford.
It's part of a three-day, joint food service field training exercise.