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Pizza Crust Croutons

  Crust, for me, is something that has to be perfect. Not too thick, not too thin, not too crunchy, not too soft. I found myself not eating the crust of many pizza slices, and I said to myself that it was really such a waste, so I decided to make something out of them. Croutons!… Read more »

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Pumpkin Latte

Whenever pumpkin season rolls around the corner, we always get into pumpkin mode. What is pumpkin mode? Pumpkin mode= an irresistible urge to have everything pumpkin, and to experiment with pumpkin. You are probably thinking that having pumping gets old. Well, it’s doesn’t, it’s a treat enjoying all these pumpkin delights. Now, we usually make soups,… Read more »

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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 »

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Lyla’s Creamy Tomatillo Salsa

My creamy salsa recipe is quick, simple, really tasty and healthy. Tomatillos are kind of like tomatoes and have a little shell on them like a husk cherry does. They are really delicious in salsa. In normal salsa I can never scoop it up, so to my tomatillo salsa I added avocado. I did that to… Read more »

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Part 2 Kitchen Curiosities with Richard Grausman and Kitchen Twins

Hi Everyone, We are excited to share Part 2 of our Kitchen Curiosities Interview with Mr. Richard Grausman who is a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, cookbook author and C-CAP founder. Did you know that C-CAP is celebrating its 25th year this year? That’s a very exciting anniversary and we are excited to celebrate with them at… Read more »

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Wild Rice Veggie Bar – Kitchen Twins

Here’s a fun dinner idea. A “veggie bar” with wild rice, walnuts, feta, mushrooms, cabbage, peppers, scallions and cranberries. The wild rice has an olive oil, lemon and shallot dressing. Our parents topped the rice and veggies on top of the arugula and we had the rice with toppings. We made the bar so everyone could… Read more »

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School Lunch – Kitchen Twins

Hi Everyone, Here are a bunch of our school lunches lately. We were not really in school last week and a half because we had a special “mini” week of studies out of our classroom, then Presidents Day and then a snow day! So we are just catching up with what we’ve had lately!  All yummy… Read more »

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Cooking with Richard Grausman and The Kitchen Twins

Hi Everyone, Tonight we made a very delicious dinner. The recipes are from Richard Grausman‘s cookbook who we have a very great honor of interviewing Mr. Grausman next week. Mr. Grausman is a chef, cookbook author, teacher and founder of C-CAP which stands for Careers through Culinary Arts Program which trains people who might not have access to more… Read more »

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Raspberry Chia Pudding – Kitchen Twins

Good Morning Everyone, We love chia pudding and normally eat chocolate or vanilla, but we have a new recipe to share and that’s Raspberry Chia Pudding. It is very simple to make and a treat. Plus it is very healthy. We take Chia pudding to school a lot and we also like it for a… Read more »

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Almond Butter Hazelnut Crumble/Bars – Kitchen Twins

Since it was snowing out, I decided to bake. I looked around and found this recipe. I hope you like it! Tools and Ingredients: mixer greased 9″ by 13″ pan 3/4 c soft butter or melted coconut oil 3 large, generous scoops (3/4 c) of almond butter 2 cups Pamela’s Pancake Mix 2 chia eggs- 2… Read more »