Kris Jenner loves to cook. So much so that she has written her very first volume of recipes, In the Kitchen with Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites.
The book is dedicated to her six famous children and three grandchildren, Kourtney, Kimberly, Khloe, Robert, Kendall, Kylie, Mason, Penelope, and North: “I wrote this cookbook so you may pass our family’s favorite recipes on for generations to come.”
Yahoo Food has an exclusive interview with Kris Jenner, Kardashian family matriarch and author of the new cookbook, In the Kitchen with Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites. The interview offers a sneak peak inside the famed “momager” kitchen, entertaining with the late Nicole Brown Simpson and the clan’s favorite family Thanksgiving recipes (including Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, Sweet Potato Souffle, Truffled Cauliflower Mash, Leftover Turkey and Cheese Enchiladas).
On cooking for granddaughter North West:
“Now my granddaughter North lives with me, and Kanye and Kim, so I cook almost every night. North loves my pilaf. She wants to eat it every night.”
On skipping the club scene and being a homebody:
“I’m just a nester. I like being at home more than anything else. I would rather cook an amazing dinner and open a great bottle of wine and have people I love over rather than anything else.”
On her love of cooking:
“Cooking is one of my biggest passions and it’s how I really relax. It’s such a big part of my life that I don’t really share too often.”
On catering to her family’s dietary restrictions:
“We have a lot of family members…husbands and baby daddies and boyfriends…Mason is allergic to peanut butter. So we’re pretty much a peanut-free house. Scott is lactose intolerant, so he’s not a cheese guy. You just kind of adapt to everyone’s situation.”
On wanting to write a cookbook:
“I got to take something off of my bucket list.”
On how her cooking has evolved:
“When I started cooking back in the day, it was all about flavor and taste and presentation. Now it’s about what’s healthy.”