We hope that with school starting this week, everyone has had a chance to settle down and get back into the swing of things. School has started back up quickly for us with field hockey, but before we fully let go of summer we wanted to share with you our favorite photos!
Here are our 8 Great Reasons to eat kale! 1) Tastes good (we especially like our chips) 2) Keeps you strong and fit because kale has a ton of iron. 3) Makes your hair healthy and shiny and strong because it a has tons of vitamin A and C. Very good in summer especially if you swim a lot. 4)… Read more »
Our Adirondack Recreation Program
On our lake, we have a “special” recreation association. This rec program allows swim lessons and weekly hikes, crafts, and fun active things. This is us at sailing with our friend Elle. And another picture of us at a hike to a local lake. My sister and me are on our last year of swim… Read more »
Our Adirondack Adventure Begins at Putnam Market
We start our journey to the Adirondacks and we on the road for a few hours until we reach Saratoga, New York. We always stop at a place called Putnam Market. They have a healthy deli and sandwich bar. You can also shop for unique food. I enjoyed cole slaw, grilled zucchini, caprese salad, and a hummus… Read more »
Our First Meeting
During the school year our local high school hosted a competition called “Shark Tank”. It was like the TV show except there were teachers and students judging and they didn’t really invest it was just a game show, and believe it or not Emily and I won 1st place! Now if you won you would get… Read more »
Parmesan Encrusted Avocado Grilled Cheese
When I was little, my family made pressed grilled cheeses’ a lot. And now, I have recreated them, except a little differently… For 1 sandwich You Will Need: -2 pieces of no crusted bread (so you can push it down thin). We use gluten free Whole Foods brand. -Parmesan (without animal rennet) -An avocado half… Read more »
Rennet: Do you know what it is?
Do you know what rennet is? Well rennet is a complex of enzymes produced in any mammal stomach. On ingredient labels it’s listed as “rennet” and you should also look for it listed as “animal enzymes”, because that is another name for rennet. Rennet is mostly found in cheeses and this ingredient is used to give certain cheese… Read more »
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 »
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 »
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
Meatless Monday! Quinoa Black Bean Tacos with Red Pepper Cashew Sauce – Kitchen twins
What is Meatless Monday? Meatless Monday is a day to try and not eat meat, and that is easy for us because we are vegetarian (well mostly, sometimes we eat fish). If you do eat meat and want to try eating less, this is a way to not eat meat one day a week. Everybody… Read more »
Whole Food Princeton Cooking Demo and Class!
We are SO excited that today we are doing a Kitchen Twins Cooking Demo at our local Whole Foods! We will be making a Quinoa Black Bean Tacos with a Red Pepper Cashew Sauce. And for dessert, our caramelized bananas. This class is for kids 6 and up and we are excited to share our… Read more »