Dear Cara and Phoebe,What a fabulous web site, interesting recipes, and all done with your charming personalities! Congratulations! I look forward to following the site, as well as your careet development in this area!Best,Barb Kenner
dear girls- any chance for blog linkage-love? if not, no worries. x
Hi Phoebe and Cara,What a spectacular party you put together for Jordana last night...and we really enjoyed the leftovers tonight for dinner....I am off to have one last cupcake!You are the best cooks and the best friends!!With love,Andrea
Hi Phoebe and Cara,I absolutely love your recipes and am trying out a few of your cookie recipes for the upcoming holidays to give as gifts. In the spirit of giving, I thought I would share with you a cookie recipe of my own!I call them Nutella Wontons and the recipe is based off of one I saw on a Food Network show and then twisted to my own tastes.All it takes are store bought wonton wrappers, a jar of nutella, dried cherries, walnuts or almonds, and vegetable oil.Lay out the wonton wrappers and in the center of them put 1/2 tsp. of nutella, a dried cherry, and a piece of walnut or an almond (or both!). Brush or use your finger to wet the sides of the wrappers with water. Fold them into triangles and press firmly then pull the two sides together to make them look like a wonton.Heat the vegetable oil in a shallow frying pan and fry the wontons until golden brown and place on a paper towel to drain any access oil. From here, you can either serve the wontons warm with a bit of powdered sugar sprinkled on top or let them cool. When you're ready to eat them, just pop them in the oven on a cookie sheet at 350 for 5-7 minutes to reheat then serve with a sprinkle of powdered sugar.They are so simple and have become a family staple on Christmas Eve. Hope you enjoy!Emily
I heard about your website while I watching Barefoot Contessa the other day. After her shout out to you, I had to check you out. And may I say, kudos! As someone who lives in a city apt(which means a small kitchen) and wants to entertain, you have addressed a void that has been missing. And as a vegetarian, it is often hard to find recipes to entertain with. So, yay, to the both of you! I am now a fan!
I want to be "in" for the Le Cruset giveaway but couldn't find anywhere to post a comment htere! I hit contact us and it showed these comments? Very strange!
Any news on the book? I can't wait to have these recipes collected in one place.
My friend just told me about your blog and I love the concept of what you do.
Hey, I just wanted to let you know that I am loving your blog! Keep it up.
awesome, you guys rock, love the recipes and you have a book, what an inspiration, my husband always wants an exciting dish
Dear girls,I just want to say I love your blog.I hope you won't mind if I add it into my " follow list" .Love the recipes. Love the blog.I am new at blogging. Best regards all the way from Indonesia.Safira
ladies! where were you when I lived in NY with a teeny kitchen? oh...you were likely in the third grade, but I do love your blog and recipes! I came across the secret ingredient beef stew on food52 and tried it. fantastic--and I am linking to it on my blog's recipe! thanks very much for the wonderful recipes and stories. i look forward to more--and congrats on the book!
I this you girls have a wonderful ideas. I was watching Barfoot Contessa yesterday, and when Ina mentioned your blog I thought I would check it out. I am 28, and love to cook as well. I absolutly love the food network, and cookboks. I am exited to add yours to my collection soon. Keep up the cook cookin
Phoebe,Please check out www.familyoffood.blogspot.com . Our family of food is related to yours.I am looking forward to trying some of your recipes.Cheers,Daughter of Food(Candice)
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