Even though we love to cook here at ChopChop Family, we all have been a part of a morning panic that includes staring into the fridge hoping something will appear to grab for lunch. We also know that caregivers have to find creative ways to make and pack lunch for kids every day. Our editor, Catherine Newman, once said something that made us laugh: she couldn’t believe her kids wanted dinner again after she had just made them dinner the night before! Sometimes, packing lunch feels like that—didn’t I just do this yesterday?
Last week ChopChop participated in the third annual Let's Talk About Food Festival, the only festival of it's kind bringing together cooking demonstrations, edible gardens, speakers and conversations on food and food policy. It was a great, summer-like day with Boston's Copley Square buzzing with all things food (and some bees too).
ChopChop kicked off the festival with our friendly version of a Hummus Throw down. Founder Sally Sampson challenged former White House Pastry Chef Bill Yosses and Massachusetts winner of the White House's Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, Yonah Kalikow, to come up