I was a sensitive young girl of 15, who couldn’t find anyone with whom to eat lunch at Winthrop High School. I was chubby, wore glasses, and bought most of my clothes at rummage sales and thrift shops, but I loved to write! I enjoyed my own company and that of my family and a few close friends.Read More
The Brass Sisters aka The Food Flirts are honored to be selected as one of three nominees for a James Beard Foundation Award for "The best Television Program, on Location."Read More
The Brass Sisters Featured on Northeastern University News WebsiteRead More
We thought you might like to see this essay I wrote, which was posted on the Porter Square Books new blog, “It’s Not Just A Book”Read More
BAKING WITH THE BRASS SISTERS: YANKEE MAGAZINE SHARES FESTIVE SWEETS AND FAMILY MEMORIES FROM THE BRASS SISTERS
t's that time of year when everyone starts planning what he or she is going to bake and serve at the holidays. Our friends at YANKEE Magazine visited us in our kitchen in Cambridge, Massachusetts to see how the Brass Sisters get ready for the holidays.Read More
THOUGHTS OF HOME: GROWING UP IN WINTHROP, MASSACHUSETTS!Read More
I’ve often said that time smooths out the rough edges of sorrow, and we really believe that’s true. We love to remember all the good things we learned from our father and the good times we had as a family.Read More
For those of you who would like to take a trip down memory lane with the Brass Sisters, this post is for you!Read More
I know that a lot of our Facebook Friends are celebrating their mothers today, so we thought we’d post a few comments about our mother, Dorothy Katziff Brass who died in April 1962 when I was 20, and my sister Sheila, the other part of the Brass Sisters was 25.Read More
What A Wonderful Way To Spend An Afternoon -- Brown Sugar Brownies and Minus The Moo Ice Cream!Read More
We recently learned about a lunch club called “We Dine Together.” It was started in Boca Raton, Florida. According to one of its two founders, Denis Estimon, the goal of the group is to create relationships, build leaders, and exercise self-confidence by accepting others and breaking social barriers of isolation.Read More
Starting with Marilynn’s 75th birthday on November 13 (THANK YOU, EVERYONE, WHO SENT BIRTHDAY WISHES) to events at the Harvard Coop Book Store, A Conversation with The Brass Sisters); Wellesley Books and their series,The Joy of Cookbooks; The Gleason Library, in Carlisle, An Evening with The Brass Sisters; and Holiday Baking with The Brass Sisters at the Xhibition Kitchen at Northeastern University.Read More
October 13th was a red letter day for the Brass Sisters because they attended the 125th anniversary celebration of the Cambridge YWCA at the Royal Sonesta Boston Hotel.Read More
The Brass Sisters Co-Hosted Award-Winning Food Writer Diana Henry At The Xhibition Kitchen At Northeastern University In September!Read More
September and October have been busy months for the Brass Sisters. We did the WGBH Food & Wine Festival on September 18 and had a chance to meet Irish Chef Kevin Dundon, whose programs on WGBH we love! Kevin was the Master of Ceremonies for our demonstration of A Little Girl's Blueberry Cake from Baking With The Brass Sisters.Read More
We were thrilled to appear on CHRONICLE, the TV News Magazine on WCVB-TV, Channel 5, in Boston on October 6.Read More
Marilynn made the mistake of wearing a red T-shirt while shopping at Target, and we had an unexpected encounter.Read More
We're looking forward to being a part of the WGBH Food & Wine Festival 2016 on Sunday, September 18.
We're going to be demonstrating A Little Girl's Blueberry Cake as part of the Brunch Bar Program. Please come to see us at 1:15 PM.Read More
We've named these Lemon Cream Cheese Squares from Baking With The Brass Sisters Central Squares in honor of Central Square, in Cambridge where Marilynn first lived at the YWCA.
There is nothing we like better than hearing from you about your experiences with the recipes we have tested and presented. We love meeting with you in airports and sharing the recipe for an oatmeal or butter cookie, or having you explain the best way to make your grandmother's Sand Tarts.