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Katrina Gold, from left, Mindy McCulley, Mackenzie Taylor and Junita Grinter prepare samples for the audience of the fruity frittata they demonstrated how to make at the Farm to Fork Barren County Ag Festival on Saturday at Barren County High School. As BCHS students, Gold, Taylor and Grinter are regional champions in the Farm to School Kentucky Proud Junior Chef Competition and will compete statewide at the Kentucky Fair and Expo in August. McCulley is the family and consumer science extension agent in Barren County for the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service and helped the girls get their frittatas served after the demonstration was finished. She demonstrated a couple of recipes herself later in the day. Melinda J. Overstreet / Glasgow Daily Times

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