Healthy Eating: An introduction for children aged 5-11



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Missy Chase Lapineis best known as the originator of the and series of books, including her flagshipNew York Timesbestseller,The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids’ Favorite Meals.

As a celebrity chef, Lapine appears on theTodayshow, regularly contributes to the Huffington Post, and is an advisor to New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital. She is also a member of Parenting magazine’s Mom Squad, and a collaborator with United Health Group/Optum Health. In response to demands from her followers, Lapine founded The Sneaky Chef Foods line to help moms feed their kids the fruits and veggies they need in the foods they already love.

Kid Chef Elianagrew up in a family of cooks. With grandparents from Cajun Louisiana, the Philippines, Cuba, and Honduras, Eliana’s recipes have international flair. She loves traveling and spending time in the kitchen with her family. Eliana’s first cookbook,Eliana Cooks! Recipes for Creative Kidswas released in October 2010. Her second cookbook, a full-color, hard cover book,Cool Kids Cook: Louisiana, the first in a series, debuted in Spring 2013 (Pelican Publishing) and received a Parents’ Choice Approved award. Her second cookbook in this series,Cool Kids Cook: Fresh & Fit, releases in Spring 2014 (Pelican Publishing). She has a global weekly radio show called “Cool Kids Cook” on the Voice America Kids network, part of the Voice America network with over 9 million monthly listeners. Notable guests include: Chef José Andres, Chef John Besh, Chef Dan Coudreaut, and Andrew Zimmern of “Bizarre Foods” on Travel Channel.

At 13, Eliana is a current honoree of New Orleans’ Gambit Weekly’s “40 Under 40” award, which recognizes movers and shakers in the community. She was a competitor in SuperChef Kids, a series produced by the creators of Iron Chef and hosted by Carla Hall (ABC’s “The Chew”). Eliana also received a letter of recognition from United States Senator Mary L. Landrieu for her accomplishments as a young chef and was chosen by Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority to receive an award for her preservation of Louisiana culture. She has been featured in American Girl and in New York Magazine. During Superbowl XLVII, Eliana worked with the Taste of the NFL to help “kick hunger” with a special broadcast of her radio show.

Last Updated:8/30/2013
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