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Cooking With Kids: Brandon Quarles Jr.

Thursday, February 08, 2001

Tested by Kathleen Ganster

Age: 9
Parents: Brandon and Maliaka Quarles
Siblings: Sister Bria, 3
Community: Monroeville
School: Evergreen Elementary School, 4th grade
Hobbies: Coloring and drawingFavorite food to cook: Toast
Favorite foods to eat: Cheese sticks
Favorite subject in school: Math and art
What he wants to be when she grows up: Artist
Favorite TV show: "Dragon Ball"
Pets: Two fis Favorite book: Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham"

Brandon participated in a food unit with his fourth-grade class at Evergreen Elementary School and became more interested in cooking, as well as nutritional snacks. He discovered this recipe on "Mr. Rogers Neighborhood" television show. His mother, Maliaka, said, "When he first saw it, he said 'Yuk. Who would eat that?' but then he tried and liked it."

According to his mom, Brandon and his dad went through lots of recipes before deciding which one to send in. "I don't know how to cook much. This is easy," he said.

Banana Boat

1 banana
2 slices bread
4 pretzel sticks
2 tablespoons peanut butter

First spread the peanut butter on both slices of bread. Then break the banana in half and place one half on each lice of bread. Fold the bread around the banana. Last, place one pretzel stick through each end of the bread, securing in place. Enjoy.


To submit a recipe to Cooking with Kids, please send the recipe, along with the name of the child, a head shot (preferably a school picture), and a telephone number where the child can be contacted to: Cooking with Kids, c/o Kelly Burgess, Post-Gazette Food, 34 Blvd of the Allies, Pittsburgh 15222. Questions? Call Kelly at 724- 443-2362 or Suzanne Martinson, 412-263-1760.



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