Friends always ask how I create my recipes. It’s a combination of good quality ingredients and inspiration. For both, I […]

Okay folks, I promise a recipe is coming later today. I'm writing up the blueberry crumble I tweeted about last […]

Sorry it's been a week since I've posted. Between going to Chicago for BlogHer '09 and coming home to the […]

I recently spied some cucumbers at the Carroll Garden's Greenmarket and thought "wouldn't it be lovely to make pickles". It […]

Don't touch that mouse. I know you're wondering am I at the right place? I was trying to check out […]

Waste not, want not has never been more important than today. Between the economy and general state of the planet, […]

I don't keep soda in the house, and every now and again, the urge for a sweet burst of carbonation […]

If you were on Twitter last night, you likely read my tweets about testing out brownies using whole wheat flour. […]

This past holiday season, I decided to make something special for the kitchen as a gift for my clients, family […]

I don’t feel old enough to remember when a loaf of bread cost 75 cents at the Italian bakery, yet […]

I'm a simple girl, so store bought granola—even the high-end bakery stuff, never quite measures up. Check the coconut and […]

Disappointment is perhaps the best word to convey my feelings after reading Pete Wells’ article in this past Sunday's New […]

I made this lovely looking pie with apples from Bensonhurst. Yes, in Brooklyn. A sweet, smiling Italian lady gave them […]

Happy Monday everyone. You probably noticed a few new things at In Jennie's Kitchen. Let me give you the grand […]

The New York TimesNeighbor, Can You Spare a Plum? Salma Hayek on Why She Breastfed Another Woman’s Baby Chris […] regular contributor How to Manage Your Kids in the Kitchen Cherished Recipes Mom Used to Make Parenting Magazine freelance […]

June 2009 June 13-14thBig Apple Barbecue Block Party11:00am to 7:00pm Pitmasters from around the country descend on NYC’s Madison Avenue […]