November cold and quiet is visiting for a few days. The sky is blue, and the winds of change are blowing.
It's time to harvest my lacinato kale, the so-called dinosaur kale. Most people say this wrinkly, narrow-leaved kale is the sweetest. From past experience, i expect it to last for just 2 more weeks, so i try to harvest some every day. Yesterday i cooked Tuscan kale-white bean-miso soup. Today kale quiche in a skillet (without the crust) with 3 kinds of goat cheese.
When we know one of our friends doesn't have much time left, we want to spend as much time as we can with them. We want to enjoy their company.
My lacinato kale has chunks of icy snow caught between the leaves and the stems. It's getting cold out there. Time to enjoy kale's company before it goes quiet.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Enjoying the Company of Kale
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 3:41 PM
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