Breast Cancer Inspires Twin Sisters' Healthy Recipes
Healthy recipes were inspired by twins' love and their courage to conquer breast cancer!
Twins, Judy and Joy's dream started in 2009 when they entered a Food Network contest. The cookin' twins were chosen to do a holiday segment for Bobby Flay for a family favorite Roast Goose. They didn't win, but decided there may be something to their culinary dreams. The two come from a large Italian-American family, where there is always a house full of women cooking. Both sides of grandparents owned Italian grocery stores, so they grew up with the best ingredients. Each sister has a different approach to recipes. They cook the same dish—but just two different ways. Judy, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012, takes her family recipes and makes them with a healthy twist. If you're looking for your traditional recipe, Joy has you covered in that area. Either way, their food is cooked with lots of love!
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