Michelle Obama spiced things up in Dallas Friday as she judged a cooking competition with Top Chef's host Tom Colicchio and White House chef Sam Kass.

The competition was between groups of children from a local school paired with members of the Dallas Cowboys and Top Chef contestants.

Are you guys fired up? Obama asked the kids before the event started, according to Politico. The whole point of this is making sure you're healthy.

According to Politico, after the 30 minutes, the teams had created whole wheat turkey tacos, homemade applesauce; and an arugula, carrot and avocado salad. The three judges declared a tie between all three teams.

Obama's trip was part of her three-day Let's Move! national tour.

Dallas local news site Pagasus News reported that the taping at a Dallas recreation center was part of a Bravo show called Life After Top Chef, a spinoff of the popular series.

Obama also announced a new Chefs Move to Schools website, www.chefsmovetoschools.org, for chefs and schools to access training, recipes and resources.

We are going to need everyone's time and talent to solve the childhood obesity epidemic and our Nation's chefs have tremendous power as leaders on this issue because of their deep knowledge of food nutrition and their standing in the community, Obama says on the website. I want to thank them for joining the Let's Move! Campaign.

Approximately 3,400 chefs and 3,350 schools across the nation have signed up for the program to date, according to The Wall Street Journal. Together, chefs and schools have developed gardens, introduced salad bars to cafeterias, created healthier school meal recipes and hosted educational demonstrations.