Watertown, MA (PRWEB) November 16, 2015
With the holidays around the corner, ChopChop: The Fun Cooking Magazine for Families, is helping kids become thoughtful givers with edible gift ideas in its Winter issue.
The James Beard award-winning magazine is filled with inspiring edible gift ideas such as Pear Butter and Big Bird’s Seed Crackers adapted from Sesame Street Let’s Cook! (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015). This issue also includes stews from around the world, plus other great-tasting and healthy recipes kids will love making with their families.
The Winter issue features an exclusive interview with author and illustrator Jan Brett, a fun physical activity for the whole family, a winter gardening activity, plus fun games and food facts. And in every issue, kids will learn an essential kitchen skill, kitchen science, and a recipe for the littlest cooks.
ChopChop makes the perfect holiday gift for young chefs. A two-year subscription (8 issues) costs just $24.95 or one year for $14.95. Subscriptions can be purchased at chopchopmag.org/subscribe. Budding chefs will also love CHOPCHOP: The Kids’ Guide to Cooking Real Food with Your Family (Simon & Schuster; $19.99), ChopChop’s new cookbook filled with over 100 recipes. The cookbook can be purchased at chopchopmag.org/cookbook and major booksellers nationwide.
Endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, ChopChop, The Fun Cooking Magazine for Families, is a nonprofit quarterly food magazine. Published by ChopChopKids, Inc, a 501(c)(3), ChopChop’s mission is to inspire and teach kids to cook and eat real food with their families. ChopChop was recently named the 2013 Publication of the Year by the James Beard Foundation, and is the only non-profit publication to win the award. ChopChop is also the recipient of a coveted gold award from the Parents’ Choice Foundation, the nation’s oldest nonprofit guide to quality children’s media and toys— the only cooking magazine ever to win this designation. To learn more about ChopChop's mission, and to support the organization by subscribing to ChopChop Magazine or by donating to its cause, please visit http://www.chopchopmag.org. Follow ChopChop on Twitter at @ChopChopMag, on Facebook at facebook.com/ChopChopMagazine, on Instagram at @ChopChopKids, or on Pinterest at ChopChopMag.