As much as we miss summer days, we’re looking forward to fall flavors and all that we’re planning this season. This month, we’re hosting a pop-up shop, launching a new publication, and working busily in our Test Kitchen with classes and winter recipe testing. If you’re in Boston, we’d love to see you at our four-day event (see below for info). If not, we hope you let ChopChop Family pop into your kitchen this fall by using some of our recipes. As always, we’d love to know what you’re cooking. Tag us @chopchopmag or email so we can see and share.



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We’ve cooked up something new! This month we’re launching the newest member of the ChopChop Family. Skillet demystifies cooking by making it graspable, doable, and enjoyable for 20-and 30-somethings. The “magazine” has simple, fun recipes that inspire readers to improve their nutrition and overall well-being. It also covers food-adjacent topics such as health and wellness, finance, mindfulness, hosting, physical activity, and sustainability.
Get a sneak peek on Instagram.
We’re looking to make our newsletter even more fun and useful. So we want to know: What kind of content are you looking for each month? In exchange for your feedback, we’re entering everyone who takes our survey in a drawing for a one-year subscription and a ChopChop Family reusable shopping bag.
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“Fall” for cooking this year. Subscribe now to receive a year of ChopChop, beginning with the current issue (Fall 2019). This issue features "Everything Apple" with lots of ways to use our favorite fall fruit, easy snack ideas for the school year, and more. 
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Join us at our Boston pop-up at Faneuil Hall as we celebrate the launching of Skillet! From October 17–20, we’re hosting events such as a poster art show by ChopChop Family photographer Carl Tremblay, a retail space with a curated collection of kitchen gear, interactive food demonstrations, Insta-worthy photo ops, and more. Visit our Facebook event page to learn more about our pop-up and see the schedule of demonstrations.
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One of our favorite fall snacks is pepitas, the seeds from a pumpkin. They’re a great alternative for those with nut allergies and can be cooked into both savory and sweet snacks. Bonus: This is a great way to use the insides of pumpkins when you’re carving jack-o’-lanterns this month. Find ways to prep pepitas on our blog.
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