School dinners have come a long way since turkey twizzlers and soggy semolina as cooks compete for school chef of the year.
Market terrine served with a range of sides followed up with a vegetable brownie with coconut custard and strawberry jam may sound like something from a top restaurant.
But it's what a school chef from Hertfordshire served up in a prestigious cooking competition.
Annette Graham, who works at Roger de Clare First School in Puckeridge near Bishop's Stortford has already been named East of England School Chef of the Year.
At the national finals she was highly commended for her main course.
The ten chefs taking part had just an hour and a half to cook up their menu which consists of a main course and dessert.
They've been told it has to appeal to 11-year-olds for a maximum cost of £1.60 per portion.
And, of course, it has to be nutritious and it has to be tasty. "
Click below to watch a report by Lauren Hall