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Winner, winner! Taco dinner!

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Congratulations to Briony Campisi from Phoenix for being named the 2016 Walk On! Kids Cooking Challenge winner for her yummy Mango Strawberry Lime Taco recipe (featured below).

She was one of many students from around the state who submitted a recipe for a healthy side dish. The recipes needed to be original, include a fruit and/or veggie, and take less than 20 minutes to prepare.

The top five recipes were posted online and the public voted for their favorites. A recipe tasting also took place on Feb. 6 at the Phoenix Suns game.

Briony entered the contest because she thought it would be a good way to test her creativity.

Her favorite foods are salmon and asparagus, and she really enjoys tacos.

She thinks it’s important to eat healthy because it allows you to stay fit and give your body the energy it needs to be active.

She plays volleyball and basketball. And she's very excited about the grand prize–a new bike.

If you’re looking for a fun, fresh new snack for the summer that’s easy to prepare, give Briony’s Rainbow Mango Salad Taco recipe a try.

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Visit the Walk On! website for more great recipes:

  • Tropical Mixed Green Salad
  • Pear & Kiwi Salad
  • Phoenix Suns-sational Salad
  • Tatum’s Parmesan Zucchini Rounds

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Source: http://walkonaz.com/meet-the-cooking-challenge-winner/
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