Join us on Wednesday, June 1 at EmblemHealth Neighborhood Care in Harlem to cheer on the talented teen chefs as they compete and show off their culinary talents.
The Teen Battle Chef program teaches students to cook with fresh ingredients for better health, and aims to prevent childhood obesity and diabetes. The event is free, and the audience gets to sample the winning dish!
Date: Wednesday, June 1
Time: 5:30 – 7 pm
Location: EmblemHealth Neighborhood Care, Harlem
For more information visit, familycookproductions.com.
FamilyCook Productions (FCP) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1995 to teach nutrition through cooking to K-12 students and their families. FCP has reached over 200,000 families nationwide and spawned over 130 Teen Battle Chef programs in 26 states. Along with HealthCorps and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, FCP is collaborating on an NIH funded research project to determine best practices to change behaviors that have been shown to cause obesity. FCP was founded by Lynn Fredericks, cookbook author, food activist and food and wine journalist. She is the author of Cooking Time is Family Time (William Morrow 1999) and, with Mercedes Sanchez, MS, RD, Get Your Family Eating Right! (Fairwinds Press, August 2013)