Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Kale...It's What's For Dinner!

The problem is that I have three times the amount that I think I need!

And the moral of the story is...never tell "someone" to pick up kale if you don't specifically state...not the curly kind...and exactly how much!

No matter how many pans it takes...I am sautéing every bit of this stuff tonight...I think it is multiplying in the vegetable bin!

In fact I know it is...


Reading this...werewolfie, a little scary, a lot good!


Lots of pounding rain today...pounding...it's weird because our new roof has a different sound...rain pounding sound...than our old cedar roof...it does!

I just read an article that said people hate it when you say Happy Whatever Day It Is...but I can't resist...

Happy Tuesday!

I am off to wash a mountain of lovely kale!

15 comments:

  1. I actually tried that...but it broke apart like glass...all over the kitchen!

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  2. Happy Kale Washing Day!
    Hee Hee

    I adore kale in place of lettuce in a Caesar Salad,or..you could make Kale Chips. They store well..

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    1. Can I use curly kale for kale chips?

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  3. I hope your kale will turn out to be delicious. I wish I had some tips for you!

    Glad the book is good. I think it is fascinating that your rain sounds different. It makes sense- and must feel like a new house in a way. :) I like someone saying Happy Tuesday (maybe it is a teacher thing). :)

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    1. The kale sucked big time...and I think that is a teacher thing!!!

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  4. You can bake kale and make kale chips! So yummy!

    Even though you have a lot, it cooks down to nothing. Like spinach. I like it best sauteed with olive oil, some crushed garlic, a splash of balsamic vinegar and a dash of crushed red pepper. Pile on top of polenta and sprinkle with freshly shaved Parmesan.

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  5. Oh, my, what an intriguing problem! Good luck...and I enjoy the Happy Whatever Day It Is! lol

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  6. So sorry to hear about the kale. We actually had a similar episode once. *lol*

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  7. Mmm, Kale. I like Kale. One veggie I like cooked, it holds up in the heat a lot better than other greens. On my own, I usually just remove the stems and cut it up and put it in the salad. My mom did a recipe that had kielbasa in it I think, but I don't remember where she got it. I think it would be good in Italian Wedding soup instead of spinach, but we've not tried it yet.

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