A Look Back at Summer

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!    

Emily and Lyla’s 8 Great Reasons to Eat Kale

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 »

  • 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 »

  • Frambled Eggs

    We learned of this way to cook eggs from our Aunt Kimmy. She told us they were the most delicious way to eat eggs which is a mix between fried and scrambled. So we named them Frambled eggs.  They are a easy solution because sometimes you just can’t decide on what type of egg you want. Also if you were… Read more »

  • The Story of The Chocolate Tree.

    This past week, at school, we studied chocolate and we learned a lot. We tasted every different kind of chocolate, made chocolate treats, visited chocolatiers, chocolate restaurants, and went to Hershey, PA. We learned about choconomics and how chocolate is made and where it comes from. Like, you probably know the brand of chocolate you are… Read more »

  • Personal Valentine Chocolate Treats

      Every year kids make valentine’s to give to their teachers or friends. This year maybe give something a little different.  We love making delicious cakes and brownies and putting our own powdered sugar “cut-out” messages and designs on them. We like to sometimes put joke messages on the cakes too like we did for our dad. (See the… Read more »

  • 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 »

  • The Problem with Gluten Free Bread

    There is big problem with Gluten Free Bread. If you are gluten free like us, and buy gluten free bread, you probably have experienced this problem and became very frustrated. It’s not just a problem you experience once, but every single time you go to have a slice of bread! So what’s the big problem with… Read more »

  • Favorite Cookbooks

    Check out our favorite cookbooks and our favorite recipes from them! We have met 3 of the authors, Chloe Coscarelli, Richard Grausman and Maria Loi! Chloe Coscarelli; Chloe’s Vegan Italian Kitchen Chloe Coscarelli; Chloe’s Kitchen from the editor’s of whole living magazine: Power Foods Richard Grausman; French Classics Made Easy from the most-talked about NYC bakery;… Read more »

  • 2015 in Pictures

    We had an exciting year. Probably the best one yet. We had so many adventures and tried and made lots of yummy food.  Definitely more fun to come. We hope you had a great 2015 too! We hope you enjoy the pictures. Emily and Lyla, The Kitchen Twins Trying caviar with Bryce Shuman!      

  • Our Mission

    From the very start, we have had a mission:  to get families in the kitchen cooking with natural, whole foods.  Why? Because it’s fun to cook and spend time in the kitchen and healthy foods really taste good. We have this mission because we think people will feel better if they cook most of their meals themselves instead… Read more »

  • Cinnamon Pecan Coffee Cake

    Every Christmas we have brunch at our house and we always make our grandmother’s recipe for Cinnamon Pecan Coffee Cake. The original recipe is from 1967 and it was given to our grandmother by her long time neighbor, Mrs. Stark. That recipe does not have nuts, but we like them so we added them. We make the coffee cake with… Read more »