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The Magazine Rack: New Reviews, April 2011

April 07, 2011

ChopChop is an entertaining, informative magazine that is pitched to kids but perfect for parents who enjoy sharing cooking and meal planning with their children. The magazine's mission is "to educate kids to cook and be nutritionally literate, empower them to actively participate as health partners with their families, and help establish and support better eating habits." The inaugural issue has 11 recipes for a variety of simple dishes, including oatmeal, bean dip, minestrone, cornbread, and stir-fried vegetables.

Public Radio Kitchen

January 10, 2011

“Every page of this magazine is geared towards engaging young people with what they eat by teaching them what good food is, how to deal with kitchen utensils and encouraging them to explore all kinds of food. The edible ingredients themselves are basic enough and accessible. The philosophical ingredients are, too: participate, learn, taste something new, repeat.”

The Boston Globe

December 19, 2010

"This cooking magazine for families is an inspiration. The beautiful layout, great recipes, games, puzzles, and tips are intended to get children ages 5 to 12 (and their parents) excited about cooking and eating real food.

PBSparents.org

November 08, 2010

ChopChop magazine landed on the scene this year with a giant splash. It gives children inspiration and direction in the kitchen and helps foster their interest in making healthy food at home.”

Secret Weapon Against Childhood Obesity: A Magazine

October 08, 2010

Last spring, with the help of a few great friends, I launched ChopChop, a non-profit quarterly food magazine for kids aged five to 12 and their families. ChopChop's mission is to educate kids to cook and be nutritionally literate, and to empower them to establish better eating habits for a lifetime of good nutrition. Our vision is to reverse and prevent childhood obesity, and our goal is to get a copy in the hands of every child. 

CNN.com

May 25, 2010

“10 ways to empower kids to cook” EXCERPT: “Get them their own cookbook…Or get a subscription to ChopChop magazine, a new kids’ cooking magazine that is really well done.”

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