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Spring Rolls: How We Roll into Spring!

Spring is in the Air!  That makes us excited because Spring is famous for delicious fruits and veggies which make for some fun food. A way to celebrate is with Spring Rolls which we think are quite a festive to roll into spring (get it? we are all about a play on words lately ( :     Where does the… Read more »

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Artichokes Francaise

These artichokes are to-die-for. They are crispy, herby, and lemony. They melt in your mouth and are perfection with a cooling lemon dijon aioli.  My mom had made these before, but it was a totally different recipe and never quite as delicious (sorry mom!) Today I was home with a bad cold, and I made myself a… Read more »

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Cauliflower “Wings” and Feta Dip Kitchen Twin Style

  The Super Bowl. It is one of the most exciting foodie days of the year. You need to be prepared to watch hours of football, though, and that is where we come into the game. Snacks, you need a ton of them. And when we say a ton, we mean it. One of the… Read more »

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Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce

I was in the mood for something sweet and salty for dinner. I love butternut squash and coconut milk and caramelized onion so I combined these for a really yummy pasta sauce that had just the right amount of sweet and savory and a tiny bit of spiciness from a dash of red pepper flakes.  We enjoyed the sauce… Read more »

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Sautéed Japanese Turnips with Sage

Sautéed Japanese Turnips with Sage These are white turnips. We picked them up from our local farmers market Z Farm. They always give us a taste of something new and we liked these and bought them. They recommended sautéing. You will love them.  Here’s a quick video of me making them and the recipe is below.  … Read more »

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Creamy Salsa #2 (with a secret ingredient!)

My first creamy salsa used avocado and my second creamy salsa uses my secret ingredient of raw cashews to make it creamy. It is simple and delicious. Wanting creamy salsa, but not having avocado I asked my mom if I could use cashews because we make a creamy sauce using cashews so I thought it… Read more »

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Beet Ravioli/Guest Post by Cricket Allen

Hi Everyone, I am Emily and Lyla’s mom, otherwise known as Cricket. I am “guest” posting today to share my recipe for beet ravioli. The ravioli is actually thinly sliced beets rather than pasta. If you are a beet lover, like we are, you will love this. This recipe was inspired by a chef the… Read more »

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Suja Uber Greens Cucumber Gazpacho- Kitchen Twins

Gazpacho is like a liquid salad and is technically made with tomatoes.   We don’t use tomatoes for this Gazpacho, but it is like a liquid salad and easier to eat than regular salad!  Our Suja Gazpacho is easy to make, and in the end is so refreshing. Emily and I love all of the ingredients so knew… Read more »

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Healthy School Lunches-Kitchen Twins

Hi Everyone, Here’s a bunch of pictures and descriptions of our school lunches lately. Probably our favorite thing to bring to lunch is avocado sushi rolls but that only happens with a leftover and usually there are no leftovers.    Hope this gives some ideas for your lunches. Please share any lunch ideas you have… Read more »

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Emily’s Aged Balsamic Vinaigrette

This is a simple, easy recipe that is delicious and quick. I hope you enjoy! Tools and Ingredients: empty jar spoon knife 1 clove of garlic 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar a small drizzle of aged balsamic or strawberry balsamic a pinch of salt First, mince your garlic with the knife. TIP:… Read more »