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  1. Hey Girls,

    LOVE your blog. You guys commented on a blog I posted about George’s in La Jolla a few weeks back. Can’t believe you actually live there – jeal-ous!

    Anyhow, I know you girls purchased your own URL and I got the email to re-subscribe to your blog (which I did)…I’m planning to buy a URL for my blog as well. Does it automatically email your subscribers to re-subscribe? Do they have to re-subscribe? Did you guys pay a little more to hide your identity associated with the URL? It asks for your address and stuff – kinda creepy.

    Any advice you have for me about this process would be FAB!

    Thanks a bunch,
    Landon Darling Schneider

  2. Hey Chrissy,
    Great to meet you yesterday on the volleyball court. I don’t usually follow up with folks immediately, but I was impressed with what you were doing. I’m always glad to see people take steps to do something they want to do that could turn into a great business oportunity.
    Let me know if I can help in any way. As an advertising company with roots in video, maybe a cooking show someday, or a short little instructional video to put on your blog. Besides the SEO tactics we spoke about yesterday, we’ve produced two cookign shows and done commercials for Tabasco, Quaker Oats, and Career Builder. In regards to SEO and Social Media, don’t pay anyone to do this for you. Everyone and their brother can do this stuff these days, so get a freind to help you.
    Anyway, take it easy and see you on the court again soon. Sorry for my inadequate play yesterday, but I guess the fracture is more painful than I thought. You are very good, so when I do get back on my feet (literally), maybe a few doubles tournaments or such.
    C ya, Derek

  3. Hey Chrissy,

    Adrianne sent the granola to me and I just like to say……Great job ladies…I love it…keep the great recipes coming..

    Terry

  4. Hey Ladies, It was great to visit the LYK and see you in action last night. I’m so happy we have met and we are doing all these great things. Let’s meet up soon! This is amazing blog – I’m so impressed. The recipes look simply delicious. I am going to share with all my buddies on FB! See you soon and hope last night went ok with the bananas. X Anna

  5. Chrissy

    Thanks Anna! The LYK was glad to have you! We can’t wait to see your site :)

  6. Hi Ladies,

    Love your blog. Lauren, your grandmother recommended your blog. I met her at Fleming’s tonight. Keep up the good work. I am in San Diego for work and your grandmother was kind enough to keep me company.

  7. A little cupcake told me it was your birthday! So glad you had a fun weekend celebration and wishing you a Happy Birthday Week! I guess Chris gave you the present of landing a job in San Diego too, so great! Love, Liz & Willie

  8. WONDERFUL looking pizza!! But the kitten??? You two do a fabulous job of posting and the photography is great!

  9. Lauren

    Thank you Patty! We do a lot of have fun with it.

  10. I just made your Southwest Quinoa Stuffed Pepper. AWESOME!!!! So filling! I could only eat half, and my husband who has a huge appetite, couldn’t eat the entire meal! You really have awesome recipes! Thanks!

  11. we lived in OC from 1975-96 raised our family there and now kicked back in Michigan. We miss the many flavors that the West Coast restaurants offered. So now we do our own cooking and find your blog exactly what we want to ride along with. I am 61 and wanted you to know the breath and age of your followers……Go girls go from your Michigan famsn

  12. I absolutely LOVE your website! Yum! But making the Creamy Avocado Shells and seeing you recommend extra lemon to prevent browning makes me think you don’t know the avocado-pit trick… If you always keep the pit in your food, it will not brown. If you only use half an avocado, leave the pit in the unused portion. I just slice off what I need right down to having a pit in the fridge with one lone wedge hanging off of it. And if you put the pits right into your leftover soup, guacamole, pasta, salad, ETC, it will stay green for days on end. It can be a little strange for visitors to discover a pit, but worth it every time!

    Keep up the delicious work!

  13. Chrissy

    Hi Alita,

    Thank you for your complements. We have indeed heard of the avocado “pit” trick and haven’t had much success with it. It usually ends up oxidizing eventually, so the extra citric acid helps a great deal. It sounds like you have had great results using the pit for preservation, which is good to hear!
    How great are those avocado shells?!

    Have a great day,
    Chrissy :)

  14. i was just wondering in staid of a heath bar in your Reese’s Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie’s could i maybe use a peace of a 3 Musketeers chocolate bar and the Reese’s peanut butter cup would that work ?

    sorry for spelling

  15. Chrissy

    Hi Sara, You can stuff those chocolate chips with pretty much any candy bar of choice! Just be sure that you completely seal the cookie around the candy bar pieces in the middle, so that the 3 Musketeers doesn’t leak out. Enjoy!

  16. Hi LYK girls!

    I am a huge foodie and even went to culinary school. I took a peek at your site and I have to say that I am so proud of the both of you. The website is beautiful, your pictures are top notch and now tv appearances?! That’s amazing at such a young age! Congrats on your successes in the world of food! Every hardcore foodie dreams of it.

    I’m in San Diego too! I love to discover new places to eat and have fun replicating things I love in my own kitchen. It’s like crafting. I see something I like and I sometimes say to myself, “I can make that!”. Luckily you have each other as foodie partners in crime to create new things. I’m on my own and often have to eat on my own because my husband and son are so picky. What a blessing to have each other to cook and eat with! :)

    Keep up the great work ladies! Looking forward to reading more.

    Savor the delicious moments in life,

    Melissa Lee
    “There’s always room for ice cream no matter how full you are. It just melts in between the cracks.”

  17. Really like your recent postings! The recipes of late have been very health conscious and now you have been Bestowed with a box of really good goodies. I ESP like the Kind bars. This type of energy bar is so delicious as well as health conscious. Thx for sharing

  18. The kale slaw sounds very very yummy; thanks for sharing. I made Bobby Flay kale the other night, and I must have done something really wrong because it was awful!! And unlike BFlay recipes, it had NO heat to it, just red wine vinegar. Anyway…I will make yours next. So glad Chris enjoyed it as well.

  19. LYK has had so many chia recipes, so I was getting curious about them. Besides thinking that they were only used on Chia pets, I had no idea they were consumable! (Chris was the proud owner of a Chia pet once!). While at Costco the other day I saw a rather large bag of chia seeds, so I impulsively grabbed it. Now I am the proud owner of $14 worth of chia seeds…..it seems like a lifetime supply! But I have been busy incorporating them into our diet (Tom has NO idea!), and I do like the mini-crunch they provide as well as the health benefits. Thank you for introducing them to us!

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