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Michelle Obama bied 'n 'Staatsete' vir wenners aan vir kinders

Fit to Run Boston Marathon Cod Aartappelkoek geskep deur die 10-jarige Abby Newman.

Presidentsvrou Michelle Obama, WGBH Boston, die Amerikaanse Obama self.

"Die afgelope vyf jaar het kinders regoor die land voedsame en heerlike geregte gekook as deel van die Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, en elke jaar word ek steeds beïndruk deur hul talent en kreatiwiteit," het presidentsvrou Michelle Obama gesê. "Kinders omhels en geniet gesonde eetgewoontes en berei gesonde maaltye voor vir hul gesinne, en ek sien uit daarna om vanjaar se wenners hier in die Withuis te ontmoet vir die kinders se 'staatsete' en 'n paar van hul heerlike skeppings te probeer."

Hierdie jaar is spesiale fokus op "tuisgemaakte trots" geplaas en inskrywings met plaaslike bestanddele is aangemoedig. Daar was meer as 1 200 inskrywings.

Enkele wennerhoogtepunte en hul resepte sluit in die 10-jarige Scarlet Summers 'Scarlet's Southwest Barack-A-Bowl, Cannon Meiers (8 jaar) Cannon's California Rolls, 8-jarige Grayson Giles' Quinoa-Crusted Katsu Curry met blomkoolrys , en Abby Newman (10 jaar) se Fit to Run Boston Marathon Cod Aartappelkoek.

Die volledige lys wenners kan gevind word op die PBS webwerf, en al die wenresepte sal op 14 Julie beskikbaar wees.

Vir nog 'n paar resepinspirasie, kyk na hierdie 10 gesonde voorbereidingsmaaltye.


Hierdie kinderresepte het Michelle Obama beïndruk. Nou is hulle op pad na die Withuis

Timothy Burke beskryf sy truuk om springrolletjies met ryspapier te maak, wat berug is. Met 'n bietjie vertaling van sy ma, het die skaam agtjarige gesê: Jy doop dit in 'n groot bord warm water en draai dit om, haal dit dan uit die water en plaas dit op 'n ander bord voordat dit sag word. Voeg dan die groente by en rol vinnig op. Maklik.

Tim se wenresep, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, het hom die plek behaal in die vierde jaarlikse Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, 'n projek van die Withuis -projek van die Withuis en First Lady Michelle Obama.

Tim se gunsteling deel van die springrolletjies is die hoisinsous. 'Ek het nie te lank gelede agtergekom dat daar warm rooi soetrissies in die sous is nie, en dit maak dit pittig,' het hy gesê en 'n skreeu gegee toe hy die woord pittig sê. Nog 'n prettige feit? Tim is die tweede kind van die Murch Elementary School in Washington, DC wat 'n reis na die Withuis gewen het nadat hy die wedstryd gewen het.

Vir die uitdaging het Let's Move en hul vennote kinders van agt tot twaalf jaar uitgenooi om 'n oorspronklike, gesonde, bekostigbare en heerlike resep te skep. Wenners uit elke staat is uitgenooi om 'n middagete in die Withuis op 10 Julie by te woon.

'By die lees van hierdie wenresepte word twee dinge baie duidelik,' het die presidentsvrou in 'n persverklaring gesê. 'Die kinders van Amerika is mal daaroor om nie net gesonde kos te eet nie, maar ook om gesonde kos te kook. En ons maak 'n paar vindingryke en talentvolle sjefs groot. "

Die wedstryd laat inderdaad die idee rus dat elke Amerikaanse kind hoendervinger eet. Die 55 wenresepte bevat bestanddele soos avokadopistasiepesto, gegrilde eiervrug, spinasie, tzatziki en farro. "Die hoeveelheid quinoa in die resepte is verbysterend," sê Tanya Steel, skrywer van twee kookboeke, en die aanvanklike hoofbrein agter die wedstryd. 'Dit wys jou net hoe gesofistikeerd hierdie kinders nou is.'

Die idee vir die wedstryd kom eers by Steel toe sy die hoofredakteur van Epicurious.com was. Sy stel die konsep voor en werk saam met verskeie vennote, waaronder die Withuis, die Amerikaanse departement van onderwys en die Amerikaanse departement van landbou (USDA) om die eerste wedstryd in 2012 te hou. Sedertdien het elke jaar tussen 1 000 tot 1 500 kinders ingeskryf.

Die negejarige Shreya Patel van Schaumberg, Illinois, het van die wedstryd uitgevind toe haar neef verlede jaar ingeskryf het. Sy het gewen vir haar Garam Masala Quinoa Burger met Raita -resep. Haar skoolhoof het haar oorwinning tydens hul maandelikse byeenkoms aangekondig.

'Ons het baie speserye bygevoeg,' het Shreya gesê. 'Maar nie te veel nie, sodat mense op en af ​​asemhaal.

Staal maak die inskrywings af met die hulp van 'n paar mense van die USDA. Sy sê hulle soek resepte wat oorspronklik, kreatief, bekostigbaar is, 'n interessante agtergrond het en duidelik deur kinders geskryf is, nie van die internet gekopieer is nie. En geen omhulsels word toegelaat nie.

Geregte van die finaliste – twee per staat – word dan berei deur die vennootorganisasie, DC Central Kitchen, 'n ete -verspreiding, werksopleiding en voedselherwinningsentrum wat daagliks duisende mense voed. Beoordeling vind plaas binne 'n vinnige tydperk van drie uur. Vanjaar se paneel was Debra Eschmeyer, uitvoerende direkteur van Let’s Move Michel Nischan, stigter van Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, adjunkdirekteur van USDA se Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, drie vorige wenners van die uitdaging, plus twee afgestudeerdes in Cooking Matters en Steel self.

Die voedselstelsel van vandag is kompleks.

Belê in nie -winsgewende joernalistiek wat die hele verhaal vertel.

'Dit was 'n regte handskoen,' het Michel Nischan gesê oor die proe van 110 borde kos. Langs die skottelgoed het elke kind 'n persoonlike verhaal gedeel oor wat hulle by die kookkuns aangemoedig het. 'Hulle persoonlike verhaal was baie belangrik en so aangrypend,' het hy bygevoeg en genoem hoe een kind geskryf het oor die deel van etes met 'n bejaarde grootouer.

Aria Pelaez, die wenner van Kalifornië, was verlief op kos tydens 'n reis na die platteland van Frankryk, waar sy groente geoes het vir haar gesin se etes. Dit was haar tweede jaar dat sy ingeskryf het, en toe sy hoor dat sy gewen het, het sy gesê: 'Dit was baie opwindend. Ek het amper uit my sitplek gespring. ”

Die wenresep van Aria, California Rainbow Taco met Mic-Kale Obama Slaw en Barack-amole, het baie moeite met haar ma geskiet. "Ons het 'n jaar lank aan resepte gewerk wat ons moes weggooi," het Aria gesê. Sy hou van smaak en erken dat haar ma se kook soms 'te gesond' is.

Voordat die resepte by die kookboek gevoeg word, toets Steel en 'n paar van haar voormalige kollegas dit op gemak en duidelikheid. Dan vlieg almal na Washington, DC Tim sal nie vlieg nie, aangesien hy plaaslik is, maar hy word in 'n motor opgetel, wat 'ook baie opwindend' is.

Die kinders arriveer die dag voor die middagete vir 'n privaat toer deur die Smithsonian, 'n kook demo van Nischan en 'n pizzapartytjie by die Westin. Dan, in die Withuis, kan hulle mekaar se resepte probeer.

Shreya sien uit daarna om die Indian Tacos van Dillon Andrews van Laramie, Wyoming, en die Black Bean Burger te probeer met Kale Chips en Freeze Out Smoothie van Jasmine Dulan van Leawood, Kansas.

Die volgende dag, na middagete, sal hulle hul foto's saam met die presidentsvrou laat neem. Steel sê dit is die deel van die dag wanneer almal huil, insluitend haarself. Die eerste jaar het dit haar keuse bevestig om die volgende jaar aan die geleentheid te werk. Steel is hoopvol dat die inisiatief in die volgende administrasie sal voortgaan en 'n tradisie in die Withuis sal word, "soos die verskoning van die kalkoene of die paaseierol," sê sy.

Die afgelope paar jaar het die wenkinders ongelooflike dinge gedoen, van die stigting van hul eie hongersnood -niewinsorganisasies soos Brae's Brown Bags en Abby's Apples, tot die begin van welstandstigtings soos HAPPY en programme om klere te skenk. Verlede herfs het Logan Guleff, 'n 2014 Healthy Challenge -wenner, die tweede seisoen van Master Chef Junior gewen.


Hierdie kinderresepte het Michelle Obama beïndruk. Nou is hulle op pad na die Withuis

Timothy Burke beskryf sy truuk om springrolletjies met ryspapier te maak, wat berug is. Met 'n bietjie vertaling van sy ma, het die skaam agtjarige gesê: Jy doop dit in 'n groot bord warm water en draai dit om, haal dit dan uit die water en plaas dit op 'n ander bord voordat dit sag word. Voeg dan die groente by en rol vinnig op. Maklik.

Tim se wenresep, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, het hom die plek behaal in die vierde jaarlikse Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, 'n projek van die Withuis en First Lady Michelle Obama se Let’s Move -projek.

Tim se gunsteling deel van die springrolletjies is die hoisinsous. 'Ek het nie te lank gelede agtergekom dat daar warm rooi soetrissies in die sous is nie, en dit maak dit pittig,' het hy gesê en 'n skreeu gegee toe hy die woord pittig sê. Nog 'n prettige feit? Tim is die tweede kind van die Murch Elementary School in Washington, DC wat 'n reis na die Withuis gewen het nadat hy die wedstryd gewen het.

Vir die uitdaging het Let's Move en hul vennote kinders van agt tot twaalf jaar uitgenooi om 'n oorspronklike, gesonde, bekostigbare en heerlike resep te skep. Wenners uit elke staat is uitgenooi om 'n middagete in die Withuis op 10 Julie by te woon.

'By die lees van hierdie wenresepte word twee dinge baie duidelik,' het die presidentsvrou in 'n persverklaring gesê. 'Die kinders van Amerika is mal daaroor om nie net gesonde kos te eet nie, maar ook om gesonde kos te kook. En ons maak 'n paar vindingryke en talentvolle sjefs groot. "

Die wedstryd laat inderdaad die idee rus dat elke Amerikaanse kind hoendervinger eet. Die 55 wenresepte bevat bestanddele soos avokadopistasiepesto, gegrilde eiervrug, spinasie, tzatziki en farro. "Die hoeveelheid quinoa in die resepte is verbysterend," sê Tanya Steel, skrywer van twee kookboeke, en die aanvanklike hoofbrein agter die wedstryd. 'Dit wys jou net hoe gesofistikeerd hierdie kinders nou is.'

Die idee vir die wedstryd kom eers by Steel toe sy die hoofredakteur van Epicurious.com was. Sy stel die konsep voor en werk saam met verskeie vennote, waaronder die Withuis, die Amerikaanse departement van onderwys en die Amerikaanse departement van landbou (USDA) om die eerste wedstryd in 2012 te hou. Sedertdien het elke jaar tussen 1 000 tot 1 500 kinders ingeskryf.

Die negejarige Shreya Patel van Schaumberg, Illinois, het van die wedstryd uitgevind toe haar neef verlede jaar ingeskryf het. Sy het gewen vir haar Garam Masala Quinoa Burger met Raita -resep. Haar skoolhoof het haar oorwinning tydens hul maandelikse byeenkoms aangekondig.

'Ons het baie speserye bygevoeg,' het Shreya gesê. 'Maar nie te veel nie, sodat mense op en af ​​asemhaal.

Steel wen die inskrywings af met die hulp van 'n paar mense van die USDA. Sy sê hulle soek resepte wat oorspronklik, kreatief, bekostigbaar is, 'n interessante agtergrond het en duidelik deur kinders geskryf is, nie van die internet af gekopieer is nie. En geen omhulsels word toegelaat nie.

Geregte van die finaliste – twee per staat – word dan berei deur die vennootorganisasie, DC Central Kitchen, 'n ete -verspreiding, werksopleiding en voedselherwinningsentrum wat daagliks duisende mense voed. Beoordeling vind plaas binne 'n vinnige tydperk van drie uur. Vanjaar se paneel was Debra Eschmeyer, uitvoerende direkteur van Let’s Move Michel Nischan, stigter van Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, adjunkdirekteur van USDA se sentrum vir voedingsbeleid en promosie, drie vorige wenners van die uitdaging, plus twee afgestudeerdes in Cooking Matters en Steel self.

Die voedselstelsel van vandag is kompleks.

Belê in nie -winsgewende joernalistiek wat die hele verhaal vertel.

'Dit was 'n ware skoot,' het Michel Nischan gesê oor die proe van 110 borde kos. Langs die skottelgoed het elke kind 'n persoonlike verhaal gedeel oor wat hulle by die kookkuns aangemoedig het. 'Hulle persoonlike verhaal was baie belangrik en so aangrypend,' het hy bygevoeg en genoem hoe een kind geskryf het oor die deel van etes met 'n bejaarde grootouer.

Aria Pelaez, die wenner van Kalifornië, was verlief op kos tydens 'n reis na die platteland van Frankryk, waar sy groente geoes het vir haar gesin se etes. Dit was haar tweede jaar dat sy ingeskryf het, en toe sy hoor dat sy gewen het, het sy gesê: 'Dit was baie opwindend. Ek het amper uit my sitplek gespring. ”

Die wenresep van Aria, California Rainbow Taco met Mic-Kale Obama Slaw en Barack-amole, het baie moeite met haar ma geskiet. "Ons het 'n jaar lank aan resepte gewerk wat ons moes weggooi," het Aria gesê. Sy hou van smaak en erken dat haar ma se kook soms 'te gesond' is.

Voordat die resepte by die kookboek gevoeg word, toets Steel en 'n paar van haar voormalige kollegas dit op gemak en duidelikheid. Dan vlieg almal na Washington, DC Tim sal nie vlieg nie, aangesien hy plaaslik is, maar hy word in 'n motor opgetel, wat 'ook baie opwindend' is.

Die kinders arriveer die dag voor die middagete vir 'n privaat toer deur die Smithsonian, 'n kook demo van Nischan en 'n pizzapartytjie by die Westin. Dan, in die Withuis, kan hulle mekaar se resepte probeer.

Shreya sien uit daarna om die Indian Tacos van Dillon Andrews van Laramie, Wyoming, en die Black Bean Burger te probeer met Kale Chips en Freeze Out Smoothie van Jasmine Dulan van Leawood, Kansas.

Die volgende dag, na middagete, sal hulle hul foto's saam met die presidentsvrou laat neem. Steel sê dit is die deel van die dag wanneer almal huil, insluitend haarself. Die eerste jaar het dit haar keuse bevestig om die volgende jaar aan die geleentheid te werk. Steel is hoopvol dat die inisiatief in die volgende administrasie sal voortgaan en 'n tradisie in die Withuis sal word, "soos die verskoning van die kalkoene of die paaseierol," sê sy.

Die afgelope paar jaar het die wenkinders ongelooflike dinge gedoen, van die stigting van hul eie hongersnood -niewinsorganisasies soos Brae's Brown Bags en Abby's Apples, tot die begin van welstandstigtings soos HAPPY en programme om klere te skenk. Verlede herfs het Logan Guleff, 'n 2014 Healthy Challenge -wenner, die tweede seisoen van Master Chef Junior gewen.


Hierdie kinderresepte het Michelle Obama beïndruk. Nou is hulle op pad na die Withuis

Timothy Burke beskryf sy truuk om springrolletjies met ryspapier te maak, wat berug is. Met 'n bietjie vertaling van sy ma, het die skaam agtjarige gesê: Jy doop dit in 'n groot bord warm water en draai dit om, haal dit dan uit die water en plaas dit op 'n ander bord voordat dit sag word. Voeg dan die groente by en rol vinnig op. Maklik.

Tim se wenresep, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, het hom die plek behaal in die vierde jaarlikse Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, 'n projek van die Withuis -projek van die Withuis en First Lady Michelle Obama.

Tim se gunsteling deel van die springrolletjies is die hoisinsous. 'Ek het nie te lank gelede agtergekom dat daar warm rooi soetrissies in die sous is nie, en dit maak dit pittig,' het hy gesê, terwyl hy die woord pittig laat hoor. Nog 'n prettige feit? Tim is die tweede kind van die Murch Elementary School in Washington, DC wat 'n reis na die Withuis gewen het nadat hy die wedstryd gewen het.

Vir die uitdaging het Let's Move en hul vennote kinders van agt tot twaalf jaar uitgenooi om 'n oorspronklike, gesonde, bekostigbare en heerlike resep te skep. Wenners uit elke staat is uitgenooi om 'n middagete in die Withuis op 10 Julie by te woon.

'By die lees van hierdie wenresepte word twee dinge baie duidelik,' het die presidentsvrou in 'n persverklaring gesê. 'Die kinders van Amerika is mal daaroor om nie net gesonde kos te eet nie, maar ook om gesonde kos te kook. En ons maak 'n paar vindingryke en talentvolle sjefs groot. "

Die wedstryd laat inderdaad die idee rus dat elke Amerikaanse kind hoendervinger eet. Die 55 wenresepte bevat bestanddele soos avokadopistasiepesto, gegrilde eiervrug, spinasie, tzatziki en farro. "Die hoeveelheid quinoa in die resepte is verbysterend," het Tanya Steel, skrywer van twee kookboeke, en die aanvanklike meesterbrein agter die wedstryd gesê. 'Dit wys jou net hoe gesofistikeerd hierdie kinders nou is.'

Die idee vir die wedstryd kom eers by Steel toe sy die hoofredakteur van Epicurious.com was. Sy stel die konsep voor en werk saam met verskeie vennote, waaronder die Withuis, die Amerikaanse departement van onderwys en die Amerikaanse departement van landbou (USDA) om die eerste wedstryd in 2012 te hou. Sedertdien het elke jaar tussen 1 000 tot 1 500 kinders ingeskryf.

Die negejarige Shreya Patel van Schaumberg, Illinois, het van die wedstryd uitgevind toe haar neef verlede jaar ingeskryf het. Sy het gewen vir haar Garam Masala Quinoa Burger met Raita -resep. Haar skoolhoof het haar oorwinning tydens hul maandelikse byeenkoms aangekondig.

'Ons het baie speserye bygevoeg,' het Shreya gesê. 'Maar nie te veel nie, sodat mense op en af ​​asemhaal.

Steel wen die inskrywings af met die hulp van 'n paar mense van die USDA. Sy sê hulle soek resepte wat oorspronklik, kreatief, bekostigbaar is, 'n interessante agtergrond het en duidelik deur kinders geskryf is, nie van die internet gekopieer is nie. En geen omhulsels word toegelaat nie.

Geregte van die finaliste – twee per staat – word dan berei deur die vennootorganisasie, DC Central Kitchen, 'n ete -verspreiding, werksopleiding en voedselherwinningsentrum wat daagliks duisende mense voed. Beoordeling vind plaas binne 'n vinnige tydperk van drie uur. Vanjaar se paneel was Debra Eschmeyer, uitvoerende direkteur van Let’s Move Michel Nischan, stigter van Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, adjunkdirekteur van USDA se sentrum vir voedingsbeleid en promosie, drie vorige wenners van die uitdaging, plus twee afgestudeerdes in Cooking Matters en Steel self.

Die voedselstelsel van vandag is kompleks.

Belê in nie -winsgewende joernalistiek wat die hele verhaal vertel.

'Dit was 'n regte handskoen,' het Michel Nischan gesê oor die proe van 110 borde kos. Langs die skottelgoed het elke kind 'n persoonlike verhaal gedeel oor wat hulle by die kookkuns aangemoedig het. 'Hulle persoonlike verhaal was baie belangrik en so aangrypend,' het hy bygevoeg en genoem hoe een kind geskryf het oor die deel van etes met 'n bejaarde grootouer.

Aria Pelaez, die wenner van Kalifornië, was verlief op kos tydens 'n reis na die platteland van Frankryk, waar sy groente geoes het vir haar gesin se etes. Dit was haar tweede jaar dat sy ingeskryf het, en toe sy hoor dat sy gewen het, het sy gesê: 'Dit was baie opwindend. Ek het amper uit my sitplek gespring. ”

Die wenresep van Aria, California Rainbow Taco met Mic-Kale Obama Slaw en Barack-amole, het baie moeite met haar ma geskiet. "Ons het 'n jaar lank aan resepte gewerk wat ons moes weggooi," het Aria gesê. Sy hou van smaak en erken dat haar ma se kook soms 'te gesond' is.

Voordat die resepte by die kookboek gevoeg word, toets Steel en 'n paar van haar voormalige kollegas dit vir gebruiksgemak en duidelikheid. Dan vlieg almal na Washington, DC Tim sal nie vlieg nie, aangesien hy plaaslik is, maar hy word in 'n motor opgetel, wat 'ook baie opwindend' is.

Die kinders arriveer die dag voor die middagete vir 'n privaat toer deur die Smithsonian, 'n kook demo van Nischan en 'n pizzapartytjie by die Westin. Dan, in die Withuis, kan hulle mekaar se resepte probeer.

Shreya sien uit daarna om die Indian Tacos van Dillon Andrews van Laramie, Wyoming, en die Black Bean Burger te probeer met Kale Chips en Freeze Out Smoothie van Jasmine Dulan van Leawood, Kansas.

Die volgende dag, na middagete, sal hulle hul foto's saam met die presidentsvrou laat neem. Steel sê dit is die deel van die dag wanneer almal huil, insluitend haarself. Die eerste jaar het dit haar keuse bevestig om die volgende jaar aan die geleentheid te werk. Steel is hoopvol dat die inisiatief in die volgende administrasie sal voortgaan en 'n tradisie in die Withuis sal word, "soos die verskoning van die kalkoene of die paaseierol," sê sy.

Die afgelope paar jaar het die wenkinders ongelooflike dinge gedoen, van die stigting van hul eie hongersnood -niewinsorganisasies, soos Brae's Brown Bags en Abby's Apples, tot die begin van welstandstigtings soos HAPPY en programme om klere te skenk. Verlede herfs het Logan Guleff, 'n 2014 Healthy Challenge -wenner, die tweede seisoen van Master Chef Junior gewen.


Hierdie kinderresepte het Michelle Obama beïndruk. Nou is hulle op pad na die Withuis

Timothy Burke beskryf sy truuk om springrolletjies met ryspapier te maak, wat berug is. Met 'n bietjie vertaling van sy ma, het die skaam agtjarige gesê: Jy doop dit in 'n groot bord warm water en draai dit om, haal dit dan uit die water en plaas dit op 'n ander bord voordat dit sag word. Voeg dan die groente by en rol vinnig op. Maklik.

Tim se wenresep, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, het hom die plek behaal in die vierde jaarlikse Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, 'n projek van die Withuis -projek van die Withuis en First Lady Michelle Obama.

Tim se gunsteling deel van die springrolletjies is die hoisinsous. 'Ek het nie te lank gelede agtergekom dat daar warm rooi soetrissies in die sous is nie, en dit maak dit pittig,' het hy gesê, terwyl hy die woord pittig laat hoor. Nog 'n prettige feit? Tim is die tweede kind van die Murch Elementary School in Washington, DC wat 'n reis na die Withuis gewen het nadat hy die wedstryd gewen het.

Vir die uitdaging het Let's Move en hul vennote kinders van agt tot twaalf jaar uitgenooi om 'n oorspronklike, gesonde, bekostigbare en heerlike resep te skep. Wenners uit elke staat is uitgenooi om 'n middagete in die Withuis op 10 Julie by te woon.

'By die lees van hierdie wenresepte word twee dinge baie duidelik,' het die presidentsvrou in 'n persverklaring gesê. 'Die kinders van Amerika is mal daaroor om nie net gesonde kos te eet nie, maar ook om gesonde kos te kook. En ons maak 'n paar vindingryke en talentvolle sjefs groot. "

Die wedstryd laat inderdaad die idee rus dat elke Amerikaanse kind hoendervinger eet. Die 55 wenresepte bevat bestanddele soos avokadopistasiepesto, gegrilde eiervrug, spinasie, tzatziki en farro. "Die hoeveelheid quinoa in die resepte is verbysterend," sê Tanya Steel, skrywer van twee kookboeke, en die aanvanklike hoofbrein agter die wedstryd. 'Dit wys jou net hoe gesofistikeerd hierdie kinders nou is.'

Die idee vir die wedstryd kom eers by Steel toe sy die hoofredakteur van Epicurious.com was. Sy stel die konsep voor en werk saam met verskeie vennote, waaronder die Withuis, die Amerikaanse departement van onderwys en die Amerikaanse departement van landbou (USDA) om die eerste wedstryd in 2012 te hou. Sedertdien het elke jaar tussen 1 000 tot 1 500 kinders ingeskryf.

Die negejarige Shreya Patel van Schaumberg, Illinois, het van die wedstryd uitgevind toe haar neef verlede jaar ingeskryf het. Sy het gewen vir haar Garam Masala Quinoa Burger met Raita -resep. Haar skoolhoof het haar oorwinning tydens hul maandelikse byeenkoms aangekondig.

'Ons het baie speserye bygevoeg,' het Shreya gesê. 'Maar nie te veel nie, sodat mense op en af ​​asemhaal.

Staal maak die inskrywings af met die hulp van 'n paar mense van die USDA. Sy sê hulle soek resepte wat oorspronklik, kreatief, bekostigbaar is, 'n interessante agtergrond het en duidelik deur kinders geskryf is, nie van die internet gekopieer is nie. En geen omhulsels word toegelaat nie.

Geregte van die finaliste – twee per staat – word dan berei deur die vennootorganisasie, DC Central Kitchen, 'n ete -verspreiding, werksopleiding en voedselherwinningsentrum wat daagliks duisende mense voed. Beoordeling vind plaas binne 'n vinnige tydperk van drie uur. Vanjaar se paneel was Debra Eschmeyer, uitvoerende direkteur van Let’s Move Michel Nischan, stigter van Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, adjunkdirekteur van USDA se sentrum vir voedingsbeleid en promosie, drie vorige wenners van die uitdaging, plus twee afgestudeerdes in Cooking Matters en Steel self.

Die voedselstelsel van vandag is kompleks.

Belê in nie -winsgewende joernalistiek wat die hele verhaal vertel.

'Dit was 'n ware skoot,' het Michel Nischan gesê oor die proe van 110 borde kos. Langs die skottelgoed het elke kind 'n persoonlike verhaal gedeel oor wat hulle by die kookkuns aangemoedig het. 'Hulle persoonlike verhaal was baie belangrik en so aangrypend,' het hy bygevoeg en genoem hoe een kind geskryf het oor die deel van etes met 'n bejaarde grootouer.

Aria Pelaez, die wenner van Kalifornië, was verlief op kos tydens 'n reis na die platteland van Frankryk, waar sy groente geoes het vir haar gesin se etes. Dit was haar tweede jaar dat sy ingeskryf het, en toe sy hoor dat sy gewen het, het sy gesê: 'Dit was baie opwindend. Ek het amper uit my sitplek gespring. ”

Die wenresep van Aria, California Rainbow Taco met Mic-Kale Obama Slaw en Barack-amole, het baie moeite met haar ma geskiet. "Ons het 'n jaar lank aan resepte gewerk wat ons moes weggooi," het Aria gesê. Sy hou van smaak en erken dat haar ma se kook soms 'te gesond' is.

Voordat die resepte by die kookboek gevoeg word, toets Steel en 'n paar van haar voormalige kollegas dit vir gebruiksgemak en duidelikheid. Dan vlieg almal na Washington, DC Tim sal nie vlieg nie, aangesien hy plaaslik is, maar hy word in 'n motor opgetel, wat 'ook baie opwindend' is.

Die kinders arriveer die dag voor die middagete vir 'n privaat toer deur die Smithsonian, 'n kook demo van Nischan en 'n pizzapartytjie by die Westin. Dan, in die Withuis, kan hulle mekaar se resepte probeer.

Shreya sien uit daarna om die Indian Tacos van Dillon Andrews van Laramie, Wyoming, en die Black Bean Burger te probeer met Kale Chips en Freeze Out Smoothie van Jasmine Dulan van Leawood, Kansas.

Die volgende dag, na middagete, sal hulle hul foto's saam met die presidentsvrou laat neem. Steel sê dit is die deel van die dag wanneer almal huil, insluitend haarself. Die eerste jaar het dit haar keuse bevestig om die volgende jaar aan die geleentheid te werk. Steel is hoopvol dat die inisiatief in die volgende administrasie sal voortgaan en 'n tradisie in die Withuis sal word, "soos die verskoning van die kalkoene of die paaseierol," sê sy.

Die afgelope paar jaar het die wenkinders ongelooflike dinge gedoen, van die stigting van hul eie hongersnood -niewinsorganisasies soos Brae's Brown Bags en Abby's Apples, tot die begin van welstandstigtings soos HAPPY en programme om klere te skenk. Verlede herfs het Logan Guleff, 'n 2014 Healthy Challenge -wenner, die tweede seisoen van Master Chef Junior gewen.


Hierdie kinderresepte het Michelle Obama beïndruk. Nou is hulle op pad na die Withuis

Timothy Burke beskryf sy truuk om springrolletjies met ryspapier te maak, wat berug is. Met 'n bietjie vertaling van sy ma, het die skaam agtjarige gesê: Jy doop dit in 'n groot bord warm water en draai dit om, haal dit dan uit die water en plaas dit op 'n ander bord voordat dit sag word. Voeg dan die groente by en rol vinnig op. Maklik.

Tim se wenresep, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, het hom die plek behaal in die vierde jaarlikse Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, 'n projek van die Withuis -projek van die Withuis en First Lady Michelle Obama.

Tim se gunsteling deel van die springrolletjies is die hoisinsous. 'Ek het nie te lank gelede agtergekom dat daar warm rooi soetrissies in die sous is nie, en dit maak dit pittig,' het hy gesê en 'n skreeu gegee toe hy die woord pittig sê. Nog 'n prettige feit? Tim is die tweede kind van die Murch Elementary School in Washington, DC wat 'n reis na die Withuis gewen het nadat hy die wedstryd gewen het.

Vir die uitdaging het Let's Move en hul vennote kinders van agt tot twaalf jaar uitgenooi om 'n oorspronklike, gesonde, bekostigbare en heerlike resep te skep. Wenners uit elke staat is uitgenooi om 'n middagete in die Withuis op 10 Julie by te woon.

'By die lees van hierdie wenresepte word twee dinge baie duidelik,' het die presidentsvrou in 'n persverklaring gesê. 'Die kinders van Amerika is mal daaroor om nie net gesonde kos te eet nie, maar ook om gesonde kos te kook. En ons maak 'n paar vindingryke en talentvolle sjefs groot. "

Die wedstryd laat inderdaad die idee rus dat elke Amerikaanse kind hoendervinger eet. Die 55 wenresepte bevat bestanddele soos avokadopistasiepesto, gegrilde eiervrug, spinasie, tzatziki en farro. "Die hoeveelheid quinoa in die resepte is verbysterend," het Tanya Steel, skrywer van twee kookboeke, en die aanvanklike meesterbrein agter die wedstryd gesê. 'Dit wys jou net hoe baie gesofistikeerd hierdie kinders is.'

Die idee vir die wedstryd kom eers by Steel toe sy die hoofredakteur van Epicurious.com was. Sy stel die konsep voor en werk saam met verskeie vennote, waaronder die Withuis, die Amerikaanse departement van onderwys en die Amerikaanse departement van landbou (USDA) om die eerste wedstryd in 2012 te hou. Sedertdien het elke jaar tussen 1 000 tot 1 500 kinders ingeskryf.

Die negejarige Shreya Patel van Schaumberg, Illinois, het van die wedstryd uitgevind toe haar neef verlede jaar ingeskryf het. Sy het gewen vir haar Garam Masala Quinoa Burger met Raita -resep. Haar skoolhoof het haar oorwinning tydens hul maandelikse byeenkoms aangekondig.

'Ons het baie speserye bygevoeg,' het Shreya gesê. 'Maar nie te veel nie, sodat mense op en af ​​asemhaal.

Staal maak die inskrywings af met die hulp van 'n paar mense van die USDA. Sy sê hulle soek resepte wat oorspronklik, kreatief, bekostigbaar is, 'n interessante agtergrond het en duidelik deur kinders geskryf is, nie van die internet gekopieer is nie. En geen omhulsels word toegelaat nie.

Geregte van die finaliste – twee per staat – word dan berei deur die vennootorganisasie, DC Central Kitchen, 'n ete -verspreiding, werksopleiding en voedselherwinningsentrum wat daagliks duisende mense voed. Beoordeling vind plaas binne 'n vinnige tydperk van drie uur. Vanjaar se paneel was Debra Eschmeyer, uitvoerende direkteur van Let’s Move Michel Nischan, stigter van Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, adjunkdirekteur van USDA se Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, drie vorige wenners van die uitdaging, plus twee afgestudeerdes in Cooking Matters en Steel self.

Die voedselstelsel van vandag is kompleks.

Belê in joernalistiek sonder winsbejag wat die hele verhaal vertel.

'Dit was 'n ware skoot,' het Michel Nischan gesê oor die proe van 110 borde kos. Langs die skottelgoed het elke kind 'n persoonlike verhaal gedeel oor wat hulle by die kookkuns aangemoedig het. 'Hulle persoonlike verhaal was baie belangrik en so aangrypend,' het hy bygevoeg en genoem hoe een kind geskryf het oor die deel van etes met 'n bejaarde grootouer.

Aria Pelaez, die wenner van Kalifornië, was verlief op kos tydens 'n reis na die platteland van Frankryk, waar sy groente geoes het vir haar gesin se etes. Dit was haar tweede jaar dat sy ingeskryf het, en toe sy hoor dat sy gewen het, het sy gesê: 'Dit was baie opwindend. Ek het amper uit my sitplek gespring. ”

Die wenresep van Aria, California Rainbow Taco met Mic-Kale Obama Slaw en Barack-amole, het baie moeite met haar ma geskiet. "Ons het 'n jaar lank aan resepte gewerk wat ons moes weggooi," het Aria gesê. Sy hou van smaak en erken dat haar ma se kook soms 'te gesond' is.

Voordat die resepte by die kookboek gevoeg word, toets Steel en 'n paar van haar voormalige kollegas dit vir gebruiksgemak en duidelikheid. Then everyone flies to Washington, D.C. Tim won’t fly, since he’s local, but he’ll be picked up in a car, which “is pretty exciting too.”

The kids arrive the day before the lunch for a private tour of the Smithsonian, a cooking demo from Nischan and a pizza party at the Westin. Then, at the White House, they get to try each other’s recipes.

Shreya is looking forward to trying the Indian Tacos from Dillon Andrews of Laramie , Wyoming, and the Black Bean Burger with Kale Chips and Freeze Out Smoothie from Jasmine Dulan of Leawood , Kansas.

The next day, after lunch, they’ll get their photos taken with the First Lady. Steel says this is the part of the day when everyone cries, including herself. The first year, it cemented her choice to work on the event the following year. Steel is hopeful that the initiative will continue into the next administration and become a White House tradition, “like the pardoning of the turkeys or the Easter Egg Roll,” she says.

In past years the winning kids have gone on to do incredible things, from founding their own hunger relief nonprofits like Brae’s Brown Bags and Abby’s Apples, to starting wellness foundations like HAPPY, and clothing donation programs. Then, last fall, Logan Guleff, a 2014 Healthy Challenge winner, won Season 2 of Master Chef Junior.


These Kids’ Recipes Impressed Michelle Obama. Now They’re Headed to the White House

Timothy Burke describes his trick for making spring rolls with rice paper, which is notoriously difficult. With a bit of translation from his mom, the shy eight year old said, You dip them in a wide plate of hot water, and turn them, then take them out of the water and place them on another plate before they get soft. Then you add the vegetables and roll it up fast. Maklik.

Tim’s winning recipe, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, won him the spot in the fourth annual Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, a project of the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move project.

Tim’s favorite part of the spring rolls is the hoisin sauce. “Not too long ago, I found out that there are hot red peppers in the sauce, and that’s what makes its spicy,” he said, letting out a hoot when he says the word spicy. Another fun fact? Tim is the second child from Murch Elementary School in Washington, D.C. to win a trip to the White House after winning the contest.

For the Challenge, Let’s Move and their partners invited kids ages eight to 12 to create an original recipe that is healthy, affordable, and delicious. Winners from each state have been invited to attend a lunch at the White House on July 10th.

“Reading over these winning recipes, two things become very clear,” the First Lady said in a press release. “America’s kids are passionate about not just eating healthy food, but about cooking healthy food, too. And we’re raising some truly inventive and talented chefs.”

Indeed, the contest puts to rest the idea that every American kid is eating chicken fingers. The 55 winning recipes feature ingredients like avocado pistachio pesto, grilled eggplant, spinach, tzatziki, and farro. “The amount of quinoa in the recipes is staggering,” said Tanya Steel, author of two cookbooks, and the initial mastermind behind the contest. “It just shows you how very sophisticated these kids are now.”

The idea for the contest first came to Steel while she was the editor in chief at Epicurious.com. She pitched the concept and worked with several partners including the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to hold the first contest in 2012. Since then, between 1,000 to 1,500 kids have entered every year.

Nine-year-old Shreya Patel from Schaumberg, Illinois found out about the contest when her cousin entered last year. She won for her Garam Masala Quinoa Burger with Raita recipe. Her school principal announced her win at their monthly assembly.

“We added a lot of spice,” Shreya said. “But not too much so people were breathing up and down.”

Steel winnows down the entries with the help of a few folks from the USDA. She says they look for recipes that are original, creative, affordable, have an interesting backstory, and are clearly written by kids, not copied from the Internet. And no wraps are allowed.

Dishes from the finalists–two per state–are then prepared by partner organization, DC Central Kitchen, a meal distribution, job training and food recycling hub that feeds thousands of people every day. Judging happens in a lighting quick three-hour time span. This year’s panel included Debra Eschmeyer, executive director of Let’s Move Michel Nischan, founder of Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, deputy director of USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion three previous winners of the challenge, plus two Cooking Matters kid graduates and Steel herself.

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“It was a real gauntlet,” Michel Nischan said of tasting 110 plates of food. Alongside the dishes, each child shared a personal story about what drew them to cooking. “Their personal story was really important, and so touching,” he added, mentioning how one child wrote about sharing meals with an elderly grandparent.

Aria Pelaez, the winner for California, fell in love with food on a trip to rural France, where she harvested vegetables for her family’s meals. This was her second year entering, and when she heard she had won, she said, “It was really exciting. I almost jumped out of my seat.”

Aria’s winning recipe, California Rainbow Taco with Mic-Kale Obama Slaw and Barack-amole, took a lot of trouble shooting with her mom. “We spent a year working on recipes that we had to throw away,” Aria said. She likes flavor and admits that her mom’s cooking is sometimes “too healthy.”

Before the recipes get added to the cookbook, Steel and a few of her former colleagues test them for ease of use and clarity. Then everyone flies to Washington, D.C. Tim won’t fly, since he’s local, but he’ll be picked up in a car, which “is pretty exciting too.”

The kids arrive the day before the lunch for a private tour of the Smithsonian, a cooking demo from Nischan and a pizza party at the Westin. Then, at the White House, they get to try each other’s recipes.

Shreya is looking forward to trying the Indian Tacos from Dillon Andrews of Laramie , Wyoming, and the Black Bean Burger with Kale Chips and Freeze Out Smoothie from Jasmine Dulan of Leawood , Kansas.

The next day, after lunch, they’ll get their photos taken with the First Lady. Steel says this is the part of the day when everyone cries, including herself. The first year, it cemented her choice to work on the event the following year. Steel is hopeful that the initiative will continue into the next administration and become a White House tradition, “like the pardoning of the turkeys or the Easter Egg Roll,” she says.

In past years the winning kids have gone on to do incredible things, from founding their own hunger relief nonprofits like Brae’s Brown Bags and Abby’s Apples, to starting wellness foundations like HAPPY, and clothing donation programs. Then, last fall, Logan Guleff, a 2014 Healthy Challenge winner, won Season 2 of Master Chef Junior.


These Kids’ Recipes Impressed Michelle Obama. Now They’re Headed to the White House

Timothy Burke describes his trick for making spring rolls with rice paper, which is notoriously difficult. With a bit of translation from his mom, the shy eight year old said, You dip them in a wide plate of hot water, and turn them, then take them out of the water and place them on another plate before they get soft. Then you add the vegetables and roll it up fast. Maklik.

Tim’s winning recipe, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, won him the spot in the fourth annual Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, a project of the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move project.

Tim’s favorite part of the spring rolls is the hoisin sauce. “Not too long ago, I found out that there are hot red peppers in the sauce, and that’s what makes its spicy,” he said, letting out a hoot when he says the word spicy. Another fun fact? Tim is the second child from Murch Elementary School in Washington, D.C. to win a trip to the White House after winning the contest.

For the Challenge, Let’s Move and their partners invited kids ages eight to 12 to create an original recipe that is healthy, affordable, and delicious. Winners from each state have been invited to attend a lunch at the White House on July 10th.

“Reading over these winning recipes, two things become very clear,” the First Lady said in a press release. “America’s kids are passionate about not just eating healthy food, but about cooking healthy food, too. And we’re raising some truly inventive and talented chefs.”

Indeed, the contest puts to rest the idea that every American kid is eating chicken fingers. The 55 winning recipes feature ingredients like avocado pistachio pesto, grilled eggplant, spinach, tzatziki, and farro. “The amount of quinoa in the recipes is staggering,” said Tanya Steel, author of two cookbooks, and the initial mastermind behind the contest. “It just shows you how very sophisticated these kids are now.”

The idea for the contest first came to Steel while she was the editor in chief at Epicurious.com. She pitched the concept and worked with several partners including the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to hold the first contest in 2012. Since then, between 1,000 to 1,500 kids have entered every year.

Nine-year-old Shreya Patel from Schaumberg, Illinois found out about the contest when her cousin entered last year. She won for her Garam Masala Quinoa Burger with Raita recipe. Her school principal announced her win at their monthly assembly.

“We added a lot of spice,” Shreya said. “But not too much so people were breathing up and down.”

Steel winnows down the entries with the help of a few folks from the USDA. She says they look for recipes that are original, creative, affordable, have an interesting backstory, and are clearly written by kids, not copied from the Internet. And no wraps are allowed.

Dishes from the finalists–two per state–are then prepared by partner organization, DC Central Kitchen, a meal distribution, job training and food recycling hub that feeds thousands of people every day. Judging happens in a lighting quick three-hour time span. This year’s panel included Debra Eschmeyer, executive director of Let’s Move Michel Nischan, founder of Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, deputy director of USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion three previous winners of the challenge, plus two Cooking Matters kid graduates and Steel herself.

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“It was a real gauntlet,” Michel Nischan said of tasting 110 plates of food. Alongside the dishes, each child shared a personal story about what drew them to cooking. “Their personal story was really important, and so touching,” he added, mentioning how one child wrote about sharing meals with an elderly grandparent.

Aria Pelaez, the winner for California, fell in love with food on a trip to rural France, where she harvested vegetables for her family’s meals. This was her second year entering, and when she heard she had won, she said, “It was really exciting. I almost jumped out of my seat.”

Aria’s winning recipe, California Rainbow Taco with Mic-Kale Obama Slaw and Barack-amole, took a lot of trouble shooting with her mom. “We spent a year working on recipes that we had to throw away,” Aria said. She likes flavor and admits that her mom’s cooking is sometimes “too healthy.”

Before the recipes get added to the cookbook, Steel and a few of her former colleagues test them for ease of use and clarity. Then everyone flies to Washington, D.C. Tim won’t fly, since he’s local, but he’ll be picked up in a car, which “is pretty exciting too.”

The kids arrive the day before the lunch for a private tour of the Smithsonian, a cooking demo from Nischan and a pizza party at the Westin. Then, at the White House, they get to try each other’s recipes.

Shreya is looking forward to trying the Indian Tacos from Dillon Andrews of Laramie , Wyoming, and the Black Bean Burger with Kale Chips and Freeze Out Smoothie from Jasmine Dulan of Leawood , Kansas.

The next day, after lunch, they’ll get their photos taken with the First Lady. Steel says this is the part of the day when everyone cries, including herself. The first year, it cemented her choice to work on the event the following year. Steel is hopeful that the initiative will continue into the next administration and become a White House tradition, “like the pardoning of the turkeys or the Easter Egg Roll,” she says.

In past years the winning kids have gone on to do incredible things, from founding their own hunger relief nonprofits like Brae’s Brown Bags and Abby’s Apples, to starting wellness foundations like HAPPY, and clothing donation programs. Then, last fall, Logan Guleff, a 2014 Healthy Challenge winner, won Season 2 of Master Chef Junior.


These Kids’ Recipes Impressed Michelle Obama. Now They’re Headed to the White House

Timothy Burke describes his trick for making spring rolls with rice paper, which is notoriously difficult. With a bit of translation from his mom, the shy eight year old said, You dip them in a wide plate of hot water, and turn them, then take them out of the water and place them on another plate before they get soft. Then you add the vegetables and roll it up fast. Maklik.

Tim’s winning recipe, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, won him the spot in the fourth annual Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, a project of the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move project.

Tim’s favorite part of the spring rolls is the hoisin sauce. “Not too long ago, I found out that there are hot red peppers in the sauce, and that’s what makes its spicy,” he said, letting out a hoot when he says the word spicy. Another fun fact? Tim is the second child from Murch Elementary School in Washington, D.C. to win a trip to the White House after winning the contest.

For the Challenge, Let’s Move and their partners invited kids ages eight to 12 to create an original recipe that is healthy, affordable, and delicious. Winners from each state have been invited to attend a lunch at the White House on July 10th.

“Reading over these winning recipes, two things become very clear,” the First Lady said in a press release. “America’s kids are passionate about not just eating healthy food, but about cooking healthy food, too. And we’re raising some truly inventive and talented chefs.”

Indeed, the contest puts to rest the idea that every American kid is eating chicken fingers. The 55 winning recipes feature ingredients like avocado pistachio pesto, grilled eggplant, spinach, tzatziki, and farro. “The amount of quinoa in the recipes is staggering,” said Tanya Steel, author of two cookbooks, and the initial mastermind behind the contest. “It just shows you how very sophisticated these kids are now.”

The idea for the contest first came to Steel while she was the editor in chief at Epicurious.com. She pitched the concept and worked with several partners including the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to hold the first contest in 2012. Since then, between 1,000 to 1,500 kids have entered every year.

Nine-year-old Shreya Patel from Schaumberg, Illinois found out about the contest when her cousin entered last year. She won for her Garam Masala Quinoa Burger with Raita recipe. Her school principal announced her win at their monthly assembly.

“We added a lot of spice,” Shreya said. “But not too much so people were breathing up and down.”

Steel winnows down the entries with the help of a few folks from the USDA. She says they look for recipes that are original, creative, affordable, have an interesting backstory, and are clearly written by kids, not copied from the Internet. And no wraps are allowed.

Dishes from the finalists–two per state–are then prepared by partner organization, DC Central Kitchen, a meal distribution, job training and food recycling hub that feeds thousands of people every day. Judging happens in a lighting quick three-hour time span. This year’s panel included Debra Eschmeyer, executive director of Let’s Move Michel Nischan, founder of Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, deputy director of USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion three previous winners of the challenge, plus two Cooking Matters kid graduates and Steel herself.

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“It was a real gauntlet,” Michel Nischan said of tasting 110 plates of food. Alongside the dishes, each child shared a personal story about what drew them to cooking. “Their personal story was really important, and so touching,” he added, mentioning how one child wrote about sharing meals with an elderly grandparent.

Aria Pelaez, the winner for California, fell in love with food on a trip to rural France, where she harvested vegetables for her family’s meals. This was her second year entering, and when she heard she had won, she said, “It was really exciting. I almost jumped out of my seat.”

Aria’s winning recipe, California Rainbow Taco with Mic-Kale Obama Slaw and Barack-amole, took a lot of trouble shooting with her mom. “We spent a year working on recipes that we had to throw away,” Aria said. She likes flavor and admits that her mom’s cooking is sometimes “too healthy.”

Before the recipes get added to the cookbook, Steel and a few of her former colleagues test them for ease of use and clarity. Then everyone flies to Washington, D.C. Tim won’t fly, since he’s local, but he’ll be picked up in a car, which “is pretty exciting too.”

The kids arrive the day before the lunch for a private tour of the Smithsonian, a cooking demo from Nischan and a pizza party at the Westin. Then, at the White House, they get to try each other’s recipes.

Shreya is looking forward to trying the Indian Tacos from Dillon Andrews of Laramie , Wyoming, and the Black Bean Burger with Kale Chips and Freeze Out Smoothie from Jasmine Dulan of Leawood , Kansas.

The next day, after lunch, they’ll get their photos taken with the First Lady. Steel says this is the part of the day when everyone cries, including herself. The first year, it cemented her choice to work on the event the following year. Steel is hopeful that the initiative will continue into the next administration and become a White House tradition, “like the pardoning of the turkeys or the Easter Egg Roll,” she says.

In past years the winning kids have gone on to do incredible things, from founding their own hunger relief nonprofits like Brae’s Brown Bags and Abby’s Apples, to starting wellness foundations like HAPPY, and clothing donation programs. Then, last fall, Logan Guleff, a 2014 Healthy Challenge winner, won Season 2 of Master Chef Junior.


These Kids’ Recipes Impressed Michelle Obama. Now They’re Headed to the White House

Timothy Burke describes his trick for making spring rolls with rice paper, which is notoriously difficult. With a bit of translation from his mom, the shy eight year old said, You dip them in a wide plate of hot water, and turn them, then take them out of the water and place them on another plate before they get soft. Then you add the vegetables and roll it up fast. Maklik.

Tim’s winning recipe, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, won him the spot in the fourth annual Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, a project of the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move project.

Tim’s favorite part of the spring rolls is the hoisin sauce. “Not too long ago, I found out that there are hot red peppers in the sauce, and that’s what makes its spicy,” he said, letting out a hoot when he says the word spicy. Another fun fact? Tim is the second child from Murch Elementary School in Washington, D.C. to win a trip to the White House after winning the contest.

For the Challenge, Let’s Move and their partners invited kids ages eight to 12 to create an original recipe that is healthy, affordable, and delicious. Winners from each state have been invited to attend a lunch at the White House on July 10th.

“Reading over these winning recipes, two things become very clear,” the First Lady said in a press release. “America’s kids are passionate about not just eating healthy food, but about cooking healthy food, too. And we’re raising some truly inventive and talented chefs.”

Indeed, the contest puts to rest the idea that every American kid is eating chicken fingers. The 55 winning recipes feature ingredients like avocado pistachio pesto, grilled eggplant, spinach, tzatziki, and farro. “The amount of quinoa in the recipes is staggering,” said Tanya Steel, author of two cookbooks, and the initial mastermind behind the contest. “It just shows you how very sophisticated these kids are now.”

The idea for the contest first came to Steel while she was the editor in chief at Epicurious.com. She pitched the concept and worked with several partners including the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to hold the first contest in 2012. Since then, between 1,000 to 1,500 kids have entered every year.

Nine-year-old Shreya Patel from Schaumberg, Illinois found out about the contest when her cousin entered last year. She won for her Garam Masala Quinoa Burger with Raita recipe. Her school principal announced her win at their monthly assembly.

“We added a lot of spice,” Shreya said. “But not too much so people were breathing up and down.”

Steel winnows down the entries with the help of a few folks from the USDA. She says they look for recipes that are original, creative, affordable, have an interesting backstory, and are clearly written by kids, not copied from the Internet. And no wraps are allowed.

Dishes from the finalists–two per state–are then prepared by partner organization, DC Central Kitchen, a meal distribution, job training and food recycling hub that feeds thousands of people every day. Judging happens in a lighting quick three-hour time span. This year’s panel included Debra Eschmeyer, executive director of Let’s Move Michel Nischan, founder of Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, deputy director of USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion three previous winners of the challenge, plus two Cooking Matters kid graduates and Steel herself.

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“It was a real gauntlet,” Michel Nischan said of tasting 110 plates of food. Alongside the dishes, each child shared a personal story about what drew them to cooking. “Their personal story was really important, and so touching,” he added, mentioning how one child wrote about sharing meals with an elderly grandparent.

Aria Pelaez, the winner for California, fell in love with food on a trip to rural France, where she harvested vegetables for her family’s meals. This was her second year entering, and when she heard she had won, she said, “It was really exciting. I almost jumped out of my seat.”

Aria’s winning recipe, California Rainbow Taco with Mic-Kale Obama Slaw and Barack-amole, took a lot of trouble shooting with her mom. “We spent a year working on recipes that we had to throw away,” Aria said. She likes flavor and admits that her mom’s cooking is sometimes “too healthy.”

Before the recipes get added to the cookbook, Steel and a few of her former colleagues test them for ease of use and clarity. Then everyone flies to Washington, D.C. Tim won’t fly, since he’s local, but he’ll be picked up in a car, which “is pretty exciting too.”

The kids arrive the day before the lunch for a private tour of the Smithsonian, a cooking demo from Nischan and a pizza party at the Westin. Then, at the White House, they get to try each other’s recipes.

Shreya is looking forward to trying the Indian Tacos from Dillon Andrews of Laramie , Wyoming, and the Black Bean Burger with Kale Chips and Freeze Out Smoothie from Jasmine Dulan of Leawood , Kansas.

The next day, after lunch, they’ll get their photos taken with the First Lady. Steel says this is the part of the day when everyone cries, including herself. The first year, it cemented her choice to work on the event the following year. Steel is hopeful that the initiative will continue into the next administration and become a White House tradition, “like the pardoning of the turkeys or the Easter Egg Roll,” she says.

In past years the winning kids have gone on to do incredible things, from founding their own hunger relief nonprofits like Brae’s Brown Bags and Abby’s Apples, to starting wellness foundations like HAPPY, and clothing donation programs. Then, last fall, Logan Guleff, a 2014 Healthy Challenge winner, won Season 2 of Master Chef Junior.


These Kids’ Recipes Impressed Michelle Obama. Now They’re Headed to the White House

Timothy Burke describes his trick for making spring rolls with rice paper, which is notoriously difficult. With a bit of translation from his mom, the shy eight year old said, You dip them in a wide plate of hot water, and turn them, then take them out of the water and place them on another plate before they get soft. Then you add the vegetables and roll it up fast. Maklik.

Tim’s winning recipe, Vegetable Confetti Spring Rolls, won him the spot in the fourth annual Kids Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook, a project of the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move project.

Tim’s favorite part of the spring rolls is the hoisin sauce. “Not too long ago, I found out that there are hot red peppers in the sauce, and that’s what makes its spicy,” he said, letting out a hoot when he says the word spicy. Another fun fact? Tim is the second child from Murch Elementary School in Washington, D.C. to win a trip to the White House after winning the contest.

For the Challenge, Let’s Move and their partners invited kids ages eight to 12 to create an original recipe that is healthy, affordable, and delicious. Winners from each state have been invited to attend a lunch at the White House on July 10th.

“Reading over these winning recipes, two things become very clear,” the First Lady said in a press release. “America’s kids are passionate about not just eating healthy food, but about cooking healthy food, too. And we’re raising some truly inventive and talented chefs.”

Indeed, the contest puts to rest the idea that every American kid is eating chicken fingers. The 55 winning recipes feature ingredients like avocado pistachio pesto, grilled eggplant, spinach, tzatziki, and farro. “The amount of quinoa in the recipes is staggering,” said Tanya Steel, author of two cookbooks, and the initial mastermind behind the contest. “It just shows you how very sophisticated these kids are now.”

The idea for the contest first came to Steel while she was the editor in chief at Epicurious.com. She pitched the concept and worked with several partners including the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to hold the first contest in 2012. Since then, between 1,000 to 1,500 kids have entered every year.

Nine-year-old Shreya Patel from Schaumberg, Illinois found out about the contest when her cousin entered last year. She won for her Garam Masala Quinoa Burger with Raita recipe. Her school principal announced her win at their monthly assembly.

“We added a lot of spice,” Shreya said. “But not too much so people were breathing up and down.”

Steel winnows down the entries with the help of a few folks from the USDA. She says they look for recipes that are original, creative, affordable, have an interesting backstory, and are clearly written by kids, not copied from the Internet. And no wraps are allowed.

Dishes from the finalists–two per state–are then prepared by partner organization, DC Central Kitchen, a meal distribution, job training and food recycling hub that feeds thousands of people every day. Judging happens in a lighting quick three-hour time span. This year’s panel included Debra Eschmeyer, executive director of Let’s Move Michel Nischan, founder of Wholesome Wave Jackie Haven, deputy director of USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion three previous winners of the challenge, plus two Cooking Matters kid graduates and Steel herself.

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“It was a real gauntlet,” Michel Nischan said of tasting 110 plates of food. Alongside the dishes, each child shared a personal story about what drew them to cooking. “Their personal story was really important, and so touching,” he added, mentioning how one child wrote about sharing meals with an elderly grandparent.

Aria Pelaez, the winner for California, fell in love with food on a trip to rural France, where she harvested vegetables for her family’s meals. This was her second year entering, and when she heard she had won, she said, “It was really exciting. I almost jumped out of my seat.”

Aria’s winning recipe, California Rainbow Taco with Mic-Kale Obama Slaw and Barack-amole, took a lot of trouble shooting with her mom. “We spent a year working on recipes that we had to throw away,” Aria said. She likes flavor and admits that her mom’s cooking is sometimes “too healthy.”

Before the recipes get added to the cookbook, Steel and a few of her former colleagues test them for ease of use and clarity. Then everyone flies to Washington, D.C. Tim won’t fly, since he’s local, but he’ll be picked up in a car, which “is pretty exciting too.”

The kids arrive the day before the lunch for a private tour of the Smithsonian, a cooking demo from Nischan and a pizza party at the Westin. Then, at the White House, they get to try each other’s recipes.

Shreya is looking forward to trying the Indian Tacos from Dillon Andrews of Laramie , Wyoming, and the Black Bean Burger with Kale Chips and Freeze Out Smoothie from Jasmine Dulan of Leawood , Kansas.

The next day, after lunch, they’ll get their photos taken with the First Lady. Steel says this is the part of the day when everyone cries, including herself. The first year, it cemented her choice to work on the event the following year. Steel is hopeful that the initiative will continue into the next administration and become a White House tradition, “like the pardoning of the turkeys or the Easter Egg Roll,” she says.

In past years the winning kids have gone on to do incredible things, from founding their own hunger relief nonprofits like Brae’s Brown Bags and Abby’s Apples, to starting wellness foundations like HAPPY, and clothing donation programs. Then, last fall, Logan Guleff, a 2014 Healthy Challenge winner, won Season 2 of Master Chef Junior.


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