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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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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 »

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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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Making Our Coconut Kale Chips

It’s just early morning in this video here and I am making our Kitchen Twins Toasted Coconut Kale Chips. I first coated the kale with the olive oil in the bag (#ShakeYourKale!!) and now I am sprinkling on the toasted coconut. And voila in 8- 10 minutes fresh kale chips we are taking to school with… Read more »

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Healthy School Lunches-Kitchen Twins

Hi Everyone, Here’s a bunch of pictures and descriptions of our school lunches lately. Probably our favorite thing to bring to lunch is avocado sushi rolls but that only happens with a leftover and usually there are no leftovers.    Hope this gives some ideas for your lunches. Please share any lunch ideas you have… Read more »

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Kitchen Curiosities – Brick Farm Market’s Robin McConaughy

Hi Everyone, We are so happy to share our Kitchen Curiosities interview with Mrs. Robin McConaughy, the founder of Brick Farm Market in Hopewell NJ. This market is very special and you’ll learn here why plus you’ll learn about Mrs. McConaughy’s favorite dish, cooking disaster and where she’d eat tonight in the world. We have so… 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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Kitchen Curiosities Interview with Richard Grausman

Hi Everyone, We are very proud and honored to share the first part of our Kitchen Curiosities Interview with Richard Grausman. He is a graduate of  Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and he was the first United States representative for Le Cordon Bleu.  (I don’t know if we told Mr. Grausman this but we have… 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 »