Chef gives healthy snack demonstration to introduce Healthy Snack Recipe contestUPDATED 8:26 AM HST Nov 03, 2013Video Transcript
your inner chef! Submit a recipe of your favorite healthy snack and it could be on the menu at the SHORE restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki. That's what Chef Jake Andrews is here to tell us about today, good morning. K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Email Deadline Winning snacks featured at SHOR Winner gets class party ISLANDWIDE SEARCH Winning snacks featured at SHOR Winner gets class party ISLANDWIDE SEARCH FOR HEALTHY SNACKS CREATED BY KIDS Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach and Hawaii 5210 offer award, class party, and menu highlight. HONOLULU, HI - Executive Chef Sven Ullrich of Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa in partnership with the statewide nonprofit healthy family initiative, Hawaii 5210, invite students in grades K-5; 6-8; and 9-12 to submit their own recipe of their favorite healthy snacks to Best5210Menu@hyatt.com . Students are asked to include their school name in the submission and only one entry per student is permitted. The deadline to submit is Friday, November 22. Extra points will go to recipes submitted by November 15, incorporate the DOE Wellness Guidelines for snacks, and/or feature local ingredients. One winner will be selected from each of the three school categories. Winning snacks will be featured at SHOR for one semester, with a portion of proceeds going to 5210, and each winner will also receive a party for their class. "We are so excited to be taking the For Kids, By Kids challenge into the schools. We want kids to feel good about what they are eating and to be adventurous when it comes to trying local fruits and vegetables. The idea behind the contest is to engage our young generation of chefs to explore their kitchens and minds and come up with something that will provide them with energy as well as be satisfying to their overall health," says Ullrich. "The 5210 initiative is to promote healthy eating and active living to help prevent childhood obesity in Hawaii through a coordinated, collaborative, locally relevant health education mpaign. We partned th Hyatt Regency Waikiki Bea to help us educating yoh about ting healthy at sna mes," adds Dr. May ihiro, Director, Hawaii 10 Let's Go! Initiative To provide kids with tra help in creating e mu Executive Chef lricwl also be oviding healthy cooking ps on the 5210 website d Faceboo waii 5210 ms to educate youth to eat up 5 fruits and getables aay, less than 2 hours of screen me each da exercise r 1 hour a daand ink 0 sugary sodas. To nd out more or to read about eor Kids, By ds contest, please sit hawaii5210.org. To view this interview again... or to watch any of the segment's on our morning news, check out the "THIS MORNING SECTION" on KITV-dot-COM. It's we'll be right back.