Archive for the Our Life Category
We are going to be mixing it up at the Sonoma County Farm Bureau Ag Days. Our special ingredient will be honey! We recently visited Hector's Honey and can't get over the taste of his pure raw wildflower honey! We will be at Ag days to help the Sonoma County Farm Bureau celebrate local agriculture. S
We can still taste the food from the Flexitarian Favorites cooking class we took recently from Linda Carucci at Ramekins Culinary School. The cooking was fun as always and we learned so many new things, but eating the food that we made was incredible! We made recipes such as Mango-Avocado Salad with
Just a few days ago, we went to a fabulous artisan pasta making class, hosted by Chef Lisa Lavagetto at Ramekins Culinary School. Lisa is such a fun teacher! Our favorite part was using the chitarra (“guitar” in Italian), a stringed instrument that cuts pasta (as seen in the photo). We learned s
We are very excited to be taking adult classes at Ramekins Culinary School and Events Center. We would like to thank Darius and Sarah Anderson for their generous gift certificates for culinary classes. Check out the details at Sonomanews.com.
Fish faces and all, Emily Charrier and Sonoma Magazine captured Twin Chefs Lilly and Audrey's individuality and dreams. You can read the Twin Chefs cover story here. Don't miss any of the great articles in Sonoma Magazine Summer 2012 issue.
We couldn't wait to share our visit to the Ellen Show! We taught her our Bumini Sandwich Recipe with a twist of kid. Thank you to Ellen for giving us those amazing chef coats and hats!! To check out our
Twin Chefs cooking segment on Good Morning America December 26, 2011. video platform video management video solutions video player (From Left) Kathryn Andrews, Audrey Andrews, Josh Elliot and Lilly Andrews
.p. One of the our favorite fruits are mandarin oranges, so we are so excited to let everyone know that we are now collaborating with Cuties California Mandarins to celebrate their national debut. Cuties rolled out the orange carpet and hosted an amazing party extravaganza in New York City at Bo
Our harvest cornhusk dolls are featured in the beautiful blog and magazine Sweet Paul (Fall 2011), This autumnal craft is one of the oldest forms of dolls known in the Americas. We think they deserve a place at the table. Cornhusk dolls make a festive party favor for your guests at Thanksgiving and
Fall is here and so is the fall issue of Sweet Paul Magazine! We had so much fun working with Viola from Chewing the Cud and Meg Smith our amazing photographer for our website. Sweet Paul Magazine is based on Paul Lowes very successful blog Sweet Paul, it is full of fun and inspirational ideas for