I thought I’d show you a few corners of our house in the airplane hangar. It’s been a while since we’ve looked around up here. This corner of the kitchen is popular with both Niklas and me. I like it because it’s home to all my favorite cookbooks. He likes it because – well – probably because he’s not supposed to be there! He’s torn a few pages out of my favorite cookbooks. I think he’s amassing a collection of recipes to surprise us with. “Look Mom and Dad! I made dinner!”
I recently read that kale has become a hipster food. I have no idea what that means (except that maybe I need to stop clicking so many articles on Facebook!). Hipsters we are not. But kale lovers? Boy howdy. I thought we’d kick off this week with two of our favorite ways to cook kale. They’re really simple:
1. Kale chips
Kale chips are the easiest thing to make as a side at dinner.
That’s why I love how Julie of Savvy Eats has sprinkled her Taste journal with memories and little tidbits about food from her childhood. Julie is generously letting us take a peek at how she used this fun journal that encourages catching the stories behind favorite foods and documenting who you are as a cook (or as an eater!).