Great blog! Wonderful information. Thank you for sharing and all best wishes for continued success. Your art work is beautiful.
Linda Della Donna
Author of “A Gift of Love, A Widow’s Memoir”
Thank you, Linda. I appreciate all of your support. Truly. Kale. Not just for gardens anymore…
Have you ever tried making a kale salad? I admit it’s a bit daunting for folks that aren’t sure if they even like cooked kale – but everyone that’s tried a version of the salad seems to enjoy. The trick is cutting up the kale really small (after removing center veins) and then rubbing them with a mixture of salt and olive oil. Then other ingredients can be added along with a vinagrette type homemade dressing. Lots of great recipes online. My recent favorite included mangos and toasted pumpkin seeds – yum!
Good luck with your new blog!
Hi Sarah. I have not made a kale salad, but I have eaten one once at a potluck. It was made with olive oil, lemon juice and garlic — I only liked it when I got a lot of garlic in a forkful. Mangoes and toasted pumpkin seeds would have certainly improved it, but I like both of those foods. If I ever make it, I imagine I might put dried sour cherries or cranberries in it to balance the bitterness of the kale. Thanks for the suggestion.
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