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Child's children: Kids compete for Westport culinary crown

Published 9:01 am, Sunday, January 19, 2014

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  • Caroline Rispoli, left, of Wilton, and her friend Anna Imrie, 11, both of Wilton, eat their desert creations after taking part in Westport READS: Teen Master Chef competition in the McManus Room at the Westport Library in Westport, Conn. on Saturday January 18, 2014. The event ties in with the Westport READ program's highlighting the life and work of master chef Julia Child. Photo: Christian Abraham / Connecticut Post
    Caroline Rispoli, left, of Wilton, and her friend Anna Imrie, 11, both of Wilton, eat their desert creations after taking part in Westport READS: Teen Master Chef competition in the McManus Room at the Westport Library in Westport, Conn. on Saturday January 18, 2014. The event ties in with the Westport READ program's highlighting the life and work of master chef Julia Child. Photo: Christian Abraham

 

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Things were really cookin' Saturday at the Westport Library.

It was all about a search for young master chefs -- in the tradition of legendary culinary personality Julia Child. The event was a contest sponsored in conjunction with the library's WestportREADS program. This year, the theme book is "My Life in France," co-authored by Child and her great-nephew, Alex Prud'Homme.

Judging the contest were Michelle and Frank Weber, the owners of Cocoa Michelle and the new CM Market in the Saugatuck Center development.

For a list of the remaining WestportREADS events planned this month, go here: http://bit.ly/19EIM37

And take a look at the next generation of Westport's culinary stars...