I just wanted to give a quick shout out to remind everyone that the KIWI’s annual “Next Great Young Chef Contest” is still going on and you have until May 31st to enter. This is a great opportunity to show off your child’s talents and possibly win some cash prizes. All you have to do to enter is catch your youngster on video ( age 4-17) making his or her favorite ORIGINAL recipe using any Wholesome Sweeteners, Neislen-Massey Vanillas, Endangered Species Chocolates and Annie Chuns products and submit the video (between 3 and 10 minutes in length) plus recipe to KIWI Magazine. Or you can snap a photo of your kiddo with the finished goodies and submit it along with the recipe so your child may become “The Next Great Young Chef!”
The grand prize winner is rewarded with $2,500 and will be featured in an issue of KIWI Magazine! Woo hoo, that is a lot of loot! Other prizes include…
Please read the official rules before entering.
The 2009 Next Great Young Chef Grand Prize Winner
You have to see last years grand prize winner! Meagan is soooooooo adorable and wow is she a master in the kitchen. Its hard to conceive she is only 7! I was amazed in how professional she acted as she whipped up her “Scrumptious Strawberry French Toast!” Check it out!
About KIWI Magazine
“KIWI is dedicated to helping parents raise their children the healthiest way possible. Our charge is to introduce families to the latest in natural and organic living—showing how to practice this lifestyle on an everyday basis.
We know that achieving the right balance between the real world and the ideal world is often difficult. Our lives are busy and our family’s schedules are often simply out of our control. So, our mission is to help you make the best choices, with the best information available, in the shortest amount of time.
Look for articles in KIWI on serving the safest and most nutritious foods along with the latest in family wellness—what’s good for your family and what’s not. Our environmental emphasis will help moms and dads raise children with an eye to the future of their planet. We’ll bring to light important social issues that affect our families. And, we’ll help to guide our readers in teaching their kids to care about people in their neighborhood, their country and the world. In short, we hope to inspire parents to achieve new heights in family growth without missing a beat.”