Cabot cheese gift box

Chop Chop Magazine and Cabot Cheese Giveaway!


Cabot cheese gift box

Today I have an exciting giveaway for my readers!   A gift box of Cabot Cheese worth $25!   Along with the cheese you’ll get a subscription to Chop Chop magazine too!   I remember learning to make grilled cheese sandwiches with Cabot cheddar cheese when I was growing up in Vermont.  I know we would have loved to receive a magazine with easy recipes and good ideas for healthy foods we could make ourselves.


Chop Chop magazine is published quarterly for families who are interested in nutritious, tasty, ethnically diverse and inexpensive recipes that the whole family can make.  There are games and puzzles for kids,  fun food facts, and interviews with healthy heroes like kid chefs, pro athletes and White House chefs.  You can send the magazine to your nieces, nephews,  grandchildren or keep it in your own home to inspire great memories in your kitchen!  Chop Chop is the winner of the prestigious 2013 James Beard Foundation Award for Publication of the Year,

Enter the Giveaway for Cabot Cheese and Chop Chop Magazine!

All you have to do is leave a comment about cooking with children  on this blog post and you’ll be entered to win! Do you have memories of cooking when you were a child?  How do you involve your children or grandchildren in preparing healthy foods? What was one of the first things you learned to cook?

If you are the winner you will get a subscription to Chop Chop and a gift box of Cabot Cheese valued at $25.  You must be a resident of the USA and over 18 years of age to be eligible to win. Enter before midnight on October 29, 2016  and I’ll contact the winner on October 30, 2016. Winner will be chosen in a random drawing using Void where prohibited. If I don’t hear from the winner in 24 hours I’ll choose another winner. All prizes will be awarded. Prizes are provided by Cabot Creamery Cooperative  and Chop Chop magazine.

The current issue of Chop Chop is all about Breakfast for Dinner!  Lots of  fun ideas for making toast into a special meal!  I hope you’ll enter to win!

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  1. I don’t have kids, but love cooking work my friends’ kids especially when I don’t have to clean up.

  2. Fun giveaway, Mimi! Cooking as kid is where it all started for me. I don’t have any of my own, but I’m recently a great aunt. I’m hoping to help pass on the cooking bug to my niece and great niece. 🙂

  3. I enjoy sharing recipes. To teach children how to cook and knowing that these recipes will go on for another generation makes my heart warm.

  4. My kids are teens now and we still love cooking together! It could be frustrating at times when they were younger and messier…but now they’re getting to be pros at putting meals together, even without help.

  5. So grilled cheese was the first thing that I learned to cook LOL. I have always involved my son in cooking our family meals. We started doing a bit of the prep, then later moved on to some of the cooking, and now he gets put in charge of one particular dish that he can call his own and he enjoys that.

  6. What a cool giveaway, Mimi! I grew up cooking with my grandmothers and my mom, and love cooking for my family and friends. Now I am the gramma just starting to teach my first grandchild to cook~and I hope her memories in the kitchen will be as wonderful as mine are!
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  7. A box of cheese?! Yes, please!
    One of my favorite cooking stories is making pancakes with my older sister when we were both about 6&7. She was the “head chef” abs I assisted. Apparently she hadn’t mastered measurements yet, as she added 1/2 cup of salt instead 1/2 teaspoon of salt on the recipe.
    Worst. Pancakes. Ever!

  8. My grandparents had a huge garden and I was enthralled they could simply walk outside to get everything for dinner! I loved that! I’m excited to share gardening and better/healthy eating choices with my grandchildren.

  9. Ooooo….I NEED that prize! I learned to cook in my mother’s kitchen, and it was one of the best life skills, EVER. I used to make cookies and I would pull the cookie sheet out of the oven, set it on the counter, and turn around to get the rack, and by the time I turned back to the cookies, my brothers had stolen half of them straight off the cookie sheet!
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  10. Our kids love helping in the kitchen and I am a HUGE fan of Cabbot cheese. I remember visiting the factory in Vermont with my parents when I was a kid. YUM!

    • Christy, I grew up about 20 minutes from Cabot, Vermont! Love those grilled cheese sandwiches with gooey Vermont sharp cheddar oozing out from the toasted bread, grilled in Cabot butter. Too bad we can’t get the butter or the yogurt out here, but so glad the cheese is available. I still fill my suitcase with 3 lb. blocks of Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar when I go to Vermont. Headed there next week to visit my mom and daughter. Glad to know we share a love of Cabot cheese! I know your family would love Chop Chop magazine too.

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