Even though we both grew-up eating it, especially in high school when Carolyn’s dad would bring this dish to field hockey potlucks, tofu has kind of gotten the cold shoulder on this site. Perhaps it’s because we both cook for our boyfriends (or fiancé, in Cara’s case), and there is just something about tofu that […]
We’re thrilled to be profiled in this piece about breakthrough websites for young women as part of PBS’ mediashift series. Check out the article here!
Antipasti Grilled Cheese • Tomato Basil Soup • Coffee Sables • Irish Hot Chocolate
Since the day we founded Big Girls, Small Kitchen, cooking and entertaining questions have arrived in our inbox and our comments section. At first we were like, “who? us? advice?” But after more than three years of solving culinary problems, we can honestly say we’re here for you. And since you might want to know […]
In preparation for our talk next week at Franklin and Marshall college, we chatted with Lancaster’s local journal to give them a sneak peak of what we’ll be telling the Writer’s House on Tuesday, Jan. 24th. Hint: it’s about feeding your creativity. Read more here, and if you are in the greater Lancaster area, come […]
It’s Slow Cooker Week here on BGSK! We’re co-hosting a Slow Cooker Challenge (remember the awesome brown bag week we did over the summer?) with Small Kitchen College and Kelsey of The Naptime Chef and bringing you fabulous low and slow recipes all week long. Make sure to stop by SKC to enter to win a […]
Back in May, right before our book came out, I moved out of the apartment I shared with Caitlyn for four years, and temporarily back into my parents’ place. Now, it’s 2012. And guess what? I’m still here… As the idea of “temporarily” went out the window in mid-November, my mother and I began to […]
Warm Goat Cheese Spread • Boeuf Bourguignon • Garlic-Rosemary Mashed Potatoes • Crusty Bread • Chocolate Chip Cookie Squares
We’re so thrilled to be mentioned by Julia Moskin in this week’s “What We’re Reading” column in The New York Times’ Diner’s Journal blog. Read the blurb on why she likes our 2012 food resolutions here.
OTHER EASY SOUPS: Asian Broth with Shredded Veggies and Noodles; Cauliflower Soup with Sharp Cheddar and Thyme; Leek Soup with Lemon and Dill January has always felt like a month meant for hibernation. It takes time to recover from the holiday season, and all the marathon socializing that comes with it. And my body is […]