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Click here to see the video Well, that was awesome. Cow, chicken and cheerleaders were major players in “The Immaculate Concession” debut at Clarksburg High School on Friday night, and I’ll offer this warning to 24 other high schools vying to offer the best concession stand in Montgomery County: This menu is going to be tough to beat. Chicken “C”-sar wrap: Cheeky name, but more importantly, loaded with flavor. The caesar dressing was a bit overwhelming, but this was restaurant quality fare for just a few bucks. I’m never going to Wendy’s again. Nachos: “Made with a lot of love,” according to Clarksburg booster club vice president Fred Levy. It’s hard to mess up nachos, but they go heavy with the cheese and that’s all that matters. Barbecue chicken sandwich: The crème de la crème. Again, it’s like they read my mind with a sea of sauce completely saturating the bum, and the bird was hot, juicy and laden with spices. Hot dog: It was a hot dog... I have to be somewhat objective, right? Cheeseburger: Maryland football coach Randy Edsall was on the sidelines watching two players the school has offered scholarships to: Clarksburg’s Stefan Houston and Damascus’ Zach Bradshaw. He didn’t plan on eating “the best burger I’ve had at a football game,” as he declared between plays. Granted, his was prepared by chefs from Outback Steakhouse and mine came signed, sealed and delivered by the Clarksburg booster club, straight off the spatula. I imagine it was roughly as good. Week two: Northwest dgreenberg@gazette.net