Sally Sampson is the Founder and President of ChopChop Family, the non-profit publisher of ChopChop, The Fun Cooking Magazine for Families. ChopChop’s mission is to inspire and teach children and families to cook and eat real food together.
Published in both Spanish and English, the magazine is filled with nutritious, great-tasting, ethnically diverse and inexpensive recipes, as well as interesting and little-known food facts, Q & A’s and games.
ChopChop, named 2013 Publication of the Year by the James Beard Foundation, is endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics. ChopChop is distributed in every state and 20 other countries with a circulation that has grown to 4 million annually.
Ms. Sampson is the author and coauthor of many cookbooks, including ChopChop: The Kids Guide to Cooking Real Food with Your Family, The Olives Table (with Chef Todd English), The Fifty Dollar Dinner Party and Souped Up! She is also a contributor to The New York Times’ Motherlode Blog with her Picky Eater Project. She has contributed to Bon Appetit, Food and Wine, The Boston Globe and Cooks Illustrated, among others, and previously owned From the Night Kitchen, a café in Brookline Village MA.