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16-year-old becomes youngest entrant in steak sanga competition

Gareth Parker
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Dom Lenard has become the youngest ever entrant in the Australian best steak sandwich competition.

While studying at Eastern Hill Senior High, Lenard works at Wundowie’s Loosefoot Saloon as a part-time kitchen hand.

The general public judges the Australian Hotels Association and Furphy Best Steak Sandwich competition with the all-important cook-offs at the end of June.

The Eastern Hills student told Gareth Parker on 6PR Breakfast that he is still learning to become a better cook.

“It has been a good experience… I’m lucky to have great teachers and a nice community around me,” he said.

“A lot of my mates work in pubs or hospitality, but I could probably smoke them in cooking anything, to be honest.”

Tap PLAY to hear the full interview with the super sanga cook.

Gareth Parker
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