The revolution has spread to Rowland Heights. And students have taken up pots, pans and knives to promote the cause.

No, we're not talking an Egyptian-style revolution. The Rowland Raiders are joining Jamie Oliver's "Food Revolution."

The local teens recently took to the streets of Santa Monica to rally around the famous chef's cause. To be precise, they gathered at the Third Street Promenade to compete against other high school chefs in a culinary clash of the titans.

"When I heard about Jamie Oliver's contest, I signed our school up," said Kathy Stella, culinary teacher. "We were excited when we were selected to participate."

The British chef is known for his television program aimed at improving

Rowland High culinary students, from left, Kimberly Hua, 18, Kelsey Klocksieben, 17, Alexis Montano, 16, Bushra Salamah, 17, and Kimberly Wu, 17, participated in the Jamie Oliver's cooking contest. (Staff photo by Watchara Phomicinda)
the food in public schools. For the show's first season in America, Oliver brought his recipe for revolution to West Virginia.

Season two takes place in Los Angeles.

"This food revolution is about saving America's health by changing the way you eat. It's not just a TV show, it's a movement for you, your family and your community," Oliver writes on his website.

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