I’ve Never Grown OR Eaten Kale Before. Help.

This is it:
Baby Kale. Now what? It’s so beautiful, but I don’t have any idea how to prepare or eat it. Guess I need to hit the books. Or Google.

This is Freckles Romaine Lettuce I just picked from my garden. Yeppers, today, November 19th, 2010. I DO know how to prepare and eat this. Thanks anyway.

One of my little hoop houses that could.
Hiding delectable secrets. More Freckles.
Lovely, lovely spinach – saved for a special Thanksgiving dish.
No, I won’t tell you which one yet.
Baby Brocolli still growing, perfect carrots, green onions and some kind of cool
Buttercrunch Lettuce. Yes. I know how to eat these too.
But has anyone ever cooked and eaten young broccoli leaves?
Freshly harvested.
It’s NOVEMBER.
I admit, one of those carrots may not be defined as perfect.
And now, this mornings SKY:


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One Response to I’ve Never Grown OR Eaten Kale Before. Help.

  1. Amy says:

    Mmm, kale! I’ve never had baby kale, but we use kale (looks different than yours!) to make stamppot, a traditional Dutch dish. Boil kale and peeled potatoes, drain and mash. Serve with sausage and gravy. YUM!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stamppot

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