LIMA — Quincy Livchak has loved cooking for most of her life — and at age 16, those memories are fresh.Livchak just finished her sophomore year at Lima Senior High School. She is the daughter of Rob and Amy Livchak. She is a member of the Lima Lucky Clovers, a 4-H club advised by her mother that focuses on projects that can be done in the city. Large livestock projects are out, so the club works on food projects. This year, they're going to work on canning.Livchak and her younger sister, Gabby, have been members of the club since it started about six years ago.Their mother believes in encouraging cooking skills in young people, to better prepare them for life on their own. Being able to make good food for yourself is much more enriching than relying on convenience food, she said.Livchak embraces this idea. The family is excited about the process of food, and it shows.“We've made guacamole like every other day,” she said, explaining she would love to work in a bakery for her first job.The recipe she shares today took her to state last year, and it's a simple yeast bread recipe out of a 4-H book. It makes two big loaves, she said.“It's fun to feel like I can do this on my own,” Livchak said. “And then eating everything afterwards is a big bonus.”Have a suggestion for who should be featured in this spot? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.