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ChopChop Cooking Magazine and a Cheese GIVEAWAY!

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It’s always been my view that love and connection are what makes life worth living. Meals are a vehicle for establishing that connection, because EVERYONE  has to eat, and what better way to come together and connect as a family than through a meal? And what says love more than offering a meal to your family that is delicious, and prepared with love?

Well, the problem, if you’re a busy mom with any picky eaters in the house is that the table can sometimes become a battlefield, rather than a place of loving connection. Kids sometimes decide to pick THEIR battles over the broccoli!

The best way to get your kids excited about mealtime and eating food that’s good for them is to involve them in meal preparation. (Not to mention that you’re training them in life skills they’re going to need to survive!)

The fall cover of ChopChop Magazine

The fall cover of ChopChop Magazine

ChopChopKids is an innovative non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and teach kids to cook real food with their families. They believe that cooking and eating together as a family is a vital step in resolving the obesity and hunger epidemics. 

ChopChop Magazine reaches more than 2 million families each year and is endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, was named publication of the year by the James Beard Foundation, and is a two-time winner of the Parent’s Choice Award.

(As a foodie, I got really excited when I read that part about the James Beard Foundation! You should, too. He was a founding father of modern American cuisine, and this foundation is VERY prestigious in the food world.)

I’m excited to partner with the 1200 farm families of Cabot Cheese (My favorite! I’m a member of their Cheese Board, after all!) to help promote ChopChop Magazine – the fun cooking magazine for families, and their free ChopChop Cooking club – their national healthy cooking campaign to invite every family to join and pledge to cook dinner together once a month for 6 months.

The ChopChop Cooking Club Logo

The ChopChop Cooking Club Logo

I received a copy of ChopChop magazine to examine, and it offers nutritious, great-tasting, ethnically diverse and inexpensive recipes, as well as interesting and little-known food facts, Q&A’s and games. Your kids (and you!) will learn essential cooking skills in each recipe.

ChopChop Kids Get Cooking!

ChopChop Gets Kids Cooking!

The ChopChop Cooking Club is an online website, that gets kids cooking with over 3000 “club members” to date. It helps members to learn how to master essential recipes and cooking skills to lead a healthy lifestyle. Kids learn essential cooking skills in each recipe, such as grating, measuring, boiling, simmering, blending, and chopping. Who can join? A beginner cook! Kids ages 5-12 and their parents, or any adult who is newly learning to cook.)

Cabot Cheese Gift Box

Cabot Cheese Gift Box


Great question! Glad you asked! To win NOT ONLY the $25.00 gift box of Cabot cheese, but also, a one year subscription to ChopChop Magazine , all you have to do is this: 


Leave me a comment telling me your least favorite vegetable as a kid, and whether or not you ever learned to like it. 🙂


For a second entry, you can go visit my Facebook page, That Susan Williams. , and like it. If you’ve already liked it, please just tell me so in another comment, and help yourself to an additional entry.

For a third entry, you can follow me on Twitter (I’m @thatSusanW ), and tweet this: “Want Free Cheese? #giveaway via @thatSusanW & win a subscription to @chopchopmag & a gift box of @cabotcheese” 

Then come back here and leave a comment, telling me you did so.

Giveaway closes and a winner will be picked by midnight, Central Time, October 13th. 


Tuesday 13th of October 2015

Beets. They tasted like dirty socks to me. Pickled beets were even worse. I didn't like them then, and I don't like them any better now. Of course I like you on FB - and I always tweet you, darling :-)

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Monday 12th of October 2015

What a great giveaway! THe magazine looks wonderful. As a kid I was not a fan of beets. Everyone in my family loved beets and there was always a jar of pickled beets in the frig and a jar of borsht. As an adult I am OK with beets, even grew a few in the garden this year, but still no borsht. My recent post When You Live It, There is NO Pink Fatigue


Friday 9th of October 2015

I follow on twitter @sockmonkeydiva & I tweeted


Friday 9th of October 2015

I like you on FB Alison Wood Harper


Friday 9th of October 2015

My least favorite veggie as a kid was brussels sprouts! But because I roast them now I have learned to love them!