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“Coqui the Chef, creator Tania Lopez Educates Kids About Healthy Snacks” read full article

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“Giving Kids a Lasting Connection to Food in the South Bronx” read full article

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ABC's The Chew: CEO Tania Lopez is ambushed on ABC's The Chew by Clinton Kelly and Stacy London then given a total makeover on TLC's What Not to Wear. September 6, 2013

TLC What Not to Wear Sept. 6, 2013: Single mom and business owner, Tania frequently wears a frog costume out in public to help promote her growing company. Can Stacy and Clinton help this aspiring entrepreneur step out from behind the costume, and into a sophisticated new style? Stacy and Clinton must teach this single mother how to be confident as a woman and not a frog.

Watch full episode online at http://amzn.to/1eLpU1N

1 MINUTE MEAL film--"Locally Grown" Tania Lopez, a Bronx resident who wanted to break the cycle of poor nutrition in her own family, founded Coqui the Chef Cooking School to give children a lasting connection to food. http://www.oneminutemealfilms.com/#/coqui-the-chef-kids-cooking-school/

 

News 12 Bronx, New York September 6, 2013: Bronx mom leaps into sophistication by way of TLC’s ‘What Not to Wear’ http://bit.ly/17GULt9

WPIX 11 New York: Coqui the Chef interview with Lisa Mateo June 10, 2011

Digital Villian Studios Interview at New York Comic Con 2015 

MY9 New York: The National Puerto Rican Day Parade 2012

News 12 Bronx, New York: Coqui the Chef™ heads out to The National Puerto Rican Day Parade June 12, 2011

LifeStyle Remix Tv with Rebecca Gitana visit to Coqui the Chef Summer Cooking Camp for Kids 2015

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