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Too Good to Eat

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Have a food-photo obsession? Bloggers like these could be to blame.

You're not going to eat that Summer Melon Salad or Rainbow Flatbread Pizza, are you?

Yummy, prepared to perfection with fresh in-season ingredients, but there's one problem... these culinary creations look too good to eat! Enjoy preparing (or just admiring) these gorgeous recipes...

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Taste the rainbow in this relatively simple summer beautiful Rainbow Veggie Flatbread Pizza (pic above):
[blog credit: Gimme Some Oven]

These bright colorful cakes are adorbs, and come with instructions:
[blog credit: Hungry Happenings]

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Positively perfect pastry! Baked Apples with Custard and Nuts has never looked more gorgeous:
[blog credit: Spain's LRF la receta de la felicidad]

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Easy on the eyes and delicious, the bright colors of summertime contrast with the simple beauty of these Honey Lavender Macaroons(pictured above): [blog credit: hint of vanilla]

We love this relatively simple to prepare, yet dazzling Summer Melon Salad!:
[blog credit: The View From Great Island]

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Throwing in #6, because who doesn't want a 3,000-Piece Gummy Bear Chandelier? Food art is huge and this artist has a knack for tasty design: [credit: Artist, Kevin Champeny]

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Thyme for Kids is a family, food, and franchising blog from the corporate headquarters of Young Chefs Academy. Into food, family, or franchising? You're in the right place.

The recipe for blogging here at YCA is to keep it simple, entertaining, educational, and to the point. We take a simple concept and give you our unique perspective. From our franchisees, our students, or our corporate staff - if you hear it here, you know it's all us, all original and all fresh.
Enjoy, comment, and please share these great pictures.

Young ChefsĀ® Academy, a premier children's cooking school franchise company ("YCA" or "the Company"), today announced significant restructuring measures during the most prolific periods of innovation since its inception.

These key organizational changes were implemented to optimally position the Company for growth opportunities in an evolving franchise industry.

The Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Roger Schmidt, who was the former Senior Vice President and Chief General Counsel of Curves International, to the position of President.

Also, Kevin Ayers, who was the past Vice President and General Counsel of Curves International, has been named Vice President and General Counsel.

Mr. Schmidt and Mr. Ayers came on board at Young Chefs Academy as equity partners several months ago helping to complete a class A corporate team.

Mr. Schmidt's role will be to drive efforts directed at overseeing franchise business expansion, employee additions, corporate administration and global services.

Mr. Ayers will assume responsibility for overseeing legal and compliance requirements along with assisting in domestic and international business expansion.

Schmidt said, "I have had the privilege of representing, owning and working with many franchise businesses and I can truly say I am delighted at the opportunity to work with such an attractive concept.

Our founder's [Julie Burleson] strong commitment in the values that will make Young Chefs Academy a household name is the key ingredient, and I look forward to making this the number one children's service franchise."

"We are excited about our plans to expand our franchise business system and continue to provide the support we believe our franchisees deserve," said Ayers. "We look forward to enhancing the Young Chefs Academy brand worldwide and increasing the value of each franchise."

Founder, Julie Fabing Burleson has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer and will continue to lead Young Chefs Academy creating the company culture and mission that is necessary to meet business objectives while supporting the Company's growth and vision.

"As the leader of Young Chefs Academy, I have an obligation to the System, the franchisees and the customers we serve to make YCA a household brand," said Burleson.

"While these moves were bold, they were absolutely necessary to position us in the best possible place for future growth.

Our strong base of franchisees recognize what this means to their business as well as the increased value to their franchises."

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