Super Star Chef is an experiential summer youth nutrition education and cooking program designed to enhance participants' nutrition knowledge, food preparation skills, cooking self-efficacy, and intention to eat more fruits and vegetables. In a program evaluation comprising a single-sample pretest–posttest design, participants' pretest and posttest scores on variables of interest were compared. Gender and grade level differences in outcomes also were examined via analysis of variance tests. Results showed statistically significant preprogram-to-postprogram gains in participants' nutrition knowledge, food preparation skills, and cooking self-efficacy and a grade level difference in food preparation skill outcomes. Study limitations and implications for further research are discussed.
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Adedokun, O. A., Bastin, S., Plonski, P., Najor, J., & Cotterill, D. (2021). Outcome Evaluation of the Super Star Chef Summer Youth Nutrition Education Program. Journal of Extension, 58(2). Retrieved from https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss2/13