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 »

  • Flourless Cheddar Crackers with Herbs

                This morning, I was making cheddar biscuits for breakfast. About halfway through cooking, I sprinkled extra cheese on top. When I took them out of the oven, some of the cheese had fallen off, and turned into crispy cracker-like things. And that is how I got this super delicious simple… Read more »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • Magical Pumpkin Hot Chocolate

    This is a really delicious, extra rich and creamy hot chocolate with a very special fall ingredient- pumpkin!! I love all things pumpkin and one day I was just experimenting with my hot chocolate and added in pumpkin and some spices. It turned out to be the best hot chocolate I’ve ever had. Lyla agreed. For school, I just… Read more »

  • Why We Did A Vegan Week

    We welcome you to our vegan week review! You might wonder: • What is vegan exactly? • Why a vegan week? • Is it hard to be vegan? • Does vegan food taste good? • Will vegan food fill you up? • Do we recommend a vegan week? All these things mattered to us so… Read more »

  • 5 of our School Lunch Ideas

    We love our school lunches, and we know we post pictures of our lunches a lot on social media, but we wanted to share them with you like this more so you can also find some of the recipes. We call our lunches fun lunches, because they aren’t sandwiches. Sometimes we have left overs and sometimes it just made… Read more »

  • Strawberry Applesauce Pancakes

      These are my Strawberry Applesauce Pancakes. I adapted this recipe from my great grandmother’s by adding in some applesauce and strawberries. They are SO good and thicker and puffier than regular pancakes. You can make these gluten free or vegan.  We are doing a vegan week right now so we used chia in place of eggs (chia… Read more »

  • 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 »

  • Kitchen Curiosities-WildFlour Cafe owner Marilyn Besner

    We were very fortunate to interview Marilyn Besner of WildFlour Cafe and Bakery. In our interview, you will learn about her former pastry company, her favorite food, and why she was inspired to create Wild Flour as a gluten free cafe and bakery. Wild Flour is on Main Street in Lawrenceville NJ. It is gluten free… Read more »

  • 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 »