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Kohlrabi

Today, 6-17-14, after school, Lyla, our mom, and me saw a bunch of signs advertising for the Gravity Hill Farmer’s Market. We had been there before for a celebration for Princeton Scoop. At the celebration, they had let us help make their delicious, warm brick-oven pizzas. Today, at the little market, we sampled snap peas (snow and sugar… Read more »

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Kitchen Twins Meatless Monday

Hi Everyone, Here is another Meatless Monday post (and it is gluten free).  Our mom made this dinner. She makes socca all of the time now which is the pancake type thing on my plate. It is made out of chick pea flour. The recipe for socca is below. Also on my plate is my favorite cauliflower… Read more »

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Beet Yogurt

We tried it once, and we are going to try it again. We love beets, but are not sure about this. Have you tried this type of yogurt? We’ll post our review after we try it again. -Have a good night the Kitchen-Twins

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Veggie Person

You might be reading my blog and think ‘where is the meat? Is she a vegetarian?’ Well, if you were thinking that you are close to correct, my family and I are all pescatarian (pescatarian means you are close to vegetarian, but you eat seafood). Being Pescatarian is not as hard as you might think it… Read more »

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Carrot Ginger Dressing

  Now, and when we were younger we liked and did not like to try foods. When we were young, the Carrot Ginger Dressing at Japanese restaurants was one of those things that we did not want to try. Emily ended up trying it just a couple times and she loved it, and so we worked on our… Read more »

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“Wonder” Kale Salad

This salad is a “wonder” blend of veggies and fruits with an aged balsamic vinaigrette. This sounds fancy, but it is really simple. We had tried kale chips before and liked them and then we tried a kale salad at a friend’s house, so we decided we would make one at home. And for salad dressing,… Read more »

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Melt in your mouth Fennel

This amazing fennel recipe is by Giada and melts in your mouth with an olive oil and parmesan topping. I loved this recipe but Emily didn’t.  We checked out Giada’s Family Dinners cookbook from our library. My mom let us check out 3 cookbooks. Since we love watching her on TV, Giada is a common… Read more »

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Brocolli Stars!

  Broccoli “Stars” Don’t throw away the broccoli stems they are delicious as a little finger food! You can these eat them by themselves or dip them in something. They are kind of like a crispy chip and we like to call them “stars” because sometimes they look like a star when you cut them…. Read more »