You may know Haylie Duff as an actress/singer/songwriter…but she is most at home in the kitchen. She is a self taught cook and honed her skill simply through trial and error.

“I started cooking for my friends and family and realized people loved my recipes! So, I decided to share them and started The Real Girl’s Kitchen blog.”

Pretty soon her friends weren’t the only ones enjoying Haylie’s recipes and she was getting letters from around the world, praising her dishes.

“I wasn’t always great in the kitchen…I made a lot of mistakes! But I wasn’t giving up.”

She started writing for HelloGiggles, SheKnows and even Huffington Post. Haylie was toying with the idea of turning RGK in to a book and shortly after that her Dad gave her her great great grandmothers cookbook. She was instantly inspired!

“The family feel of the book served as a big inspiration and The Real Girl’s Kitchen cookbook was born!”

Now, Haylie has been hard at work creating new recipes and ideas for her popular Cooking Channel series …Real Girl’s Kitchen!

Thank you for supporting RGK!

  • Wayne

    You look great Haylie…congrats on your upcoming book <3

  • secretsofamomaholic

    Beautiful photos!

  • Katherine McIntosh

    love you and your sister so much…..I can’t wait to do my favorite thing COOK from your cookbook and I know it will show me to eat healthier as well

  • diane terry

    saw one of your movies tonight. the nanny’s secret. :)

  • hithere55

    Just a tip: “a lot” is two words.

    • Melanie

      Haha! Glad someone else saw that too. Don’t they have editors who spell check??

      • sarah

        does it matter I am here for her recipes not about how she spells. a fan could care less over a typo.

        • jeannemara

          Well,first of all, your comment, “a fan could care less,” is incorrect. I believe you mean, “a fan could NOT care less.”

          Language is how we communicate, that is why it is important to speak and write properly. If we all decide spelling and speaking properly doesn’t matter, soon we will not be able to communicate. Proper communication is what brings us together and helps us understand one another.

          I note that the original mistake (making “a lot” one word) has been corrected.

          • Cyndi

            Just to be correct, “spelling and speaking properly” should be “don’t matter,” not “doesn’t matter.” After all, you do appear to want to be completely correct, and you are being very critical of others. People in glass houses . . .

          • jeannemara

            Actually, that is not correct. The sentence is using “spelling and speaking” as one subject, not two. Had I written, “don’t matter,” I would essentially be saying, “It don’t matter.”

  • Leanna

    Alot is two words.

    • Robbie

      be more concerned about her recipes NOT being the spelling police GEEZ

  • Bob

    Can we get a recipe on chimminychangah’s?

  • NookAndSea

    Just watched your show for the first time! LOVING your salad recipes. Can’t wait to try them out! Thank you!

  • sarah

    I love your recipes hailey duff. Your sisters black bean cake looks delicious.

  • Kara B

    I love your show & your pins!

  • http://www.thedaysofsummerblog.blogspot.com Summer Gieser

    I am enjoying your show so much! I hope it stays on for a long time. You have really made me excited about cooking again. I purchased your cookbook and have made a few things. The recipes are awesome! Thanks so much for sharing your passion!

  • soumia

    i love you haylie am soumia from algeria am big fun
    relly congratulation for your show and your book
    good job sister
    we love you take caire
    big kiss

  • Sheri Reddick Porter

    I saw an episode this morning with smoked brisket. I can’t find.d the recipe

  • Tigerlily

    So happy to have discovered your awesome show today!

  • Karly

    Your such an Inspiration! Love your show <3