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ChopChop Magazine
Award-winning, non-profit cooking magazine for kids and their families. Our mission is to inspire and teach kids to cook and eat real food with their families.
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Did you know that we have over 400 recipes on our website, some of which are available in Spanish? Discover delicious, easy-to-make meals that your child would love to help cook and eat.
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 22
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 22
Thanks to everyone who came to our table to learn about our magazines and cooking classes. Can’t wait to see you at our upcoming open house!
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 21
Our Edible Alphabet classes have been a hit! Remember, next week there are no classes. Our toddler-and-grown-up series resumes on Tuesday, October 2. Register now so you don't lose your spot!
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 19
We'll be 's Faire on the Square this Saturday! Get some free swag, learn more about our magazines and cooking classes, and maybe even win a free class. Don't forget to jump on our awesome blender bike!
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 18
Today, we had a captivating cucumber ! Kids and their grown-ups learned all about this finger food and the letter "C." Don't forget to discover "D" in our next Edible Alphabet class, tomorrow @ 10 a.m. in the .
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 17
Last week we began our toddler-and-grown-up Edible Alphabet by exploring "A" and "B!" Stop by tomorrow at 10 a.m. to learn about the letter "C." Can't make it? No problem, take our "D" class on Wednesday. Get the details and register here: .
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 17
loves cooking with dark greens. You could turn them into salads, slaws, soups or smoothies (). Browse our delicious and easy-to-make recipes. Our mission is to inspire and teach families to cook and eat real food together.
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 17
Meal prepping for the week can be overwhelming, whether you do it alone or with your child. Browse our collection of recipes to find delicious, easy-to-make meals. Visit our Facebook page to let us know whether you meal prep alone or with your child.
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 13
Running out of peanut butter? Consider using our Homemade Peanut Butter recipe to make your own. .
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 11
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 10
Singing the alphabet is fun. How about cooking it? Sign your up for our Edible Alphabet, a series of 26 that may be taken in entirety or individually. Each class focuses on a letter & a food such as “A is for Avocado.”
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 6
Meet our new ChopChop Kids Advisory Board member Liana! She loves basketball, reading, listening to music (especially Hamilton), adventuring in nature, and boogie boarding/swimming at the beach. And, of course, she loves to cook with .
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 5
Hey , we saw your daughter's ice cream in . Our one-ingredient banana ice cream is great for a 'hot hot day' and your daughter can help make it!
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10 Tips: Add More Vegetables to Your Day. (Also available in Spanish!)
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 5
Do you bring your kids to the grocery store? Do they like being involved in food shopping? From : 10 Benefits to Taking Your Kids to the Store
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 4
It's back to school time! ChopChop is an award-winning, innovative tool for teaching kids about food, cooking, nutrition, and health. We offer subscriptions and classroom packages so educators can use the magazine and cookbook as a teaching tool.
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 3
The apple in this simple, scrumptious will make the sweet carrots and onions even sweeter. These are all fall ingredients—which makes this the perfect back-to-school lunch.
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 2
What's good in your neighborhood? Find out what's in season with this Seasonal Food Guide. (And a lot of those ingredient are used in our next issue!)
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ChopChop Magazine Sep 1
Our newest was written by our Kids Advisory Board member, Aleeza. It's all about three different substitutions and how to use them.
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