The Teen Kitchen: Recipes We Love to Cook [A Cookbook]

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7.8 X 9.9 X 0.6 inches | 1.5 pounds
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About the Author
EMILY and LYLA ALLEN, known as The Kitchen Twins, got their first aprons and chef's hats at the age of three and they haven't stopped cooking since. Along the way, they discovered their love for creating fresh, natural recipes. At nine, the twins started their own blog, Soon after that, they won a local Shark Tank-style competition, allowing them to create and successfully test market "Make Your Own Kale Chips" kits. The teens have appeared on the Rachael Ray Show, Chopped Junior, Today Show, and Kid Food Nation, and in American Girl magazine. They live in New Jersey with their family, and in addition to cooking, they love the Adirondack mountains, animals, and playing lacrosse and field hockey--but they're not so keen on doing dishes, long car trips, or sharing the last of anything.
"Emily and Lyla were born to be in the kitchen. From PB&J Breakfast Bars to Sweet Pea Soup to Gingerbread Bread Pudding, their creative twists on fresh, healthy ingredients always blow me away." --Rachael Ray

"The perfect gift for your budding culinary star, readers will laugh out loud at the twins' tales of their adventures, misadventures, and recoveries in the kitchen. With friendly advice and delicious recipes that will appeal to eaters of all ages, this book is sure to be well-used and well-loved!" --Daphine Oz, chef, Emmy Award-winning television host, and New York Times bestselling author

"I have watched The Kitchen Twins and their passion for cooking grow over the years and I am delighted to see their fun, delicious, and easy recipes compiled in this new cookbook. It is the next best thing to meeting Emily and Lyla in person." --Richard Grausman, founder of C-CAP (Careers through Culinary Arts Program) and author of French Classics Made Easy