Get your kids crazy about colors with this magnetic reward board by Goodee. Designed to make mealtimes bright, fun and healthy, the board has 6 rows, each assigned to a color: red, orange, yellow, green, blue/violet, and tan. Challenges and rewards can be structured in a variety of ways. Try focusing on one color each month, and use rewards like a picnic in your local park once all foods in the color group have been eaten.
When I was child I always spent time with my parents in the kitchen, watching intently as my mother chopped masses of herbs for her Persian stews or my dad rolled out roti the flat-bread from his native Trinidad, my nose barely reaching the kitchen counter.
On Friday, May 3rd, ChopChop headed down to the Big Apple to attend the James Beard Foundation’s Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards Dinner. Considered by many to be the Oscars of the food world, The James Beard Awards was held at New York’s Gotham Hall.
It was a great night as the culinary world celebrated the achievements of many talented cookbook authors, food journalists and TV personalities. Including some of ChopChop’s very own:
This post comes from Georgia Catanese, also known as Teen Chef G. Georgia loves to cook and comes up with many of her own recipes. Continue reading to learn more about how she got started cooking and check out her recipe for Jambalaya. It's longer and a bit more complicated than ChopChop recipes, but still a delicious and healthy meal!