Making the Best French Toast Ever with Chef Peter!

This 10-year old chef can make you a superstar in the kitchen!

Cook with Peter on OnlyGood TV features simple recipes kids love to eat and make! In this video, Chef Peter and his assistant Karina revisit one of Peter's favorite breakfast treats - French Toast! It's tasty and so easy!

Watch Peter whip up this dish in minutes with just fresh bread, eggs, milk and a frying pan...and the choice of toppings (butter, syrup ,jam, fruit...) are up to you!

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Bald & Beautiful: Students Support Coach & Pediatric Cancer

A former high school coach, who is battling cancer, finds the strength to help children fight their own cancer battles.

Steve Brueski, a former Norwalk, CT High School football and baseball coach was diagnosed with Colorectal cancer last year, at the age of 45. While Steve continues to undergo his treatments, he never misses a practice or game for the high school teams.

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Young Girl Starts Charity to Help Kids By Coloring Outside the Lines

We'd like to introduce you to the cutest business girl, ever. Entrepreneur, designer and artist Bethany Sawyer started The Giving Goose when she was just 5 years old.

The Giving Goose is a clothing line whose products feature Bethany's artwork and allows children to color in and decorate their shirts. In recovery from atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor (AT/RT), Bethany wanted to do something for other kids with cancer.10% of all proceeds go to benefiting charities fulfilling Bethany's goal to showcase children's drawings while helping others.

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Mexican Immigrant Goes From The Hood To Harvard, And Beyond!

Cesar Cruz is the first Mexican immigrant male to attend Harvard University's Graduate School of Education in the Doctoral Program for Educational Leadership. In addition to being a teacher for 19 years, this husband, father, and activist co-founded Oakland, California's Homies Empowerment Program to stop gang violence.

Cesar's dream is to utilize his time at Harvard University to find funding and support to one day launch an after-school center for Oakland youth in areas of high gang violence. Cesar just completed his first year at Harvard. He was recently hired as the new Assistant Dean for Harvard University's Secondary Schools Program.

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TallOrder Socks Honors 9/11 Dad by Giving Back, with Style

** On our National Day of Service and Remembrance, OnlyGood.tv recalls one of the many stories of healing and recovery that gives us hope for the future. **

Just two weeks into starting his job at Car Futures on the 92nd floor in the World Trade tower, Andrew Friedman was killed in the 9/11 attacks. He left behind his wife, Lisa, who was just 39 years old and already a cancer survivor, and his 11 year old twin boys, Dan and Mike.

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Rescued Teddy Bears Find New Homes!

Phoenix artist Tara Logsdon rescues abandoned teddy bears from thrift stores and gives them an extreme one-of-a-kind makeover.

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This CT School Is Giving Women Their Opportunity

Since 1987, Mercy Learning Center of Bridgeport, Inc. (MLC) has educated and supported over 9,000 women. They provide basic literacy and life skills education to low-income, undereducated women using a holistic approach within a compassionate and supportive environment. By helping students to realize what they are truly capable of achieving, MLC empowers them to transform their lives and the lives of their families.

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Non-Profit "Open Books" Promotes Literacy to Chicago Youth

Open Books is a nonprofit social venture that operates an extraordinary bookstore, provides community programs, and mobilizes passionate volunteers to promote literacy in Chicago and beyond.

At the heart of it, Open Books puts books into children's hands that can open minds and someday, open doors. "What is the book that is going to change that child into a reader or someone who understands books and loves them?", asks Open Books Chicago Founder Stacy Ratner. "I think without basic literacy skills your future is seriously limited and that is the change we would like to see in the city and the world."

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