I thought of this episode as I walked down the block to my local community garden and picked some hearty Red Russian Kale from my little 4 ft. x 4 ft. garden plot. But what to do with this bounty (of 6 leaves?)
Kale carpaccio, kale salad, kale smoothie, raw? I actually don’t know if kale carpaccio is a thing but it sounded cool so someone should do that and send me a pic.
I think cauliflower might have replaced kale as the new ‘it’ vegetable (Nashville for example has all the cauliflower dishes you could ever hope for.) But don’t worry, kale had it’s time in the sun and in case you aren’t ready to make the switch I put together a kale salad for you below.
The kale in this dish is lightly cooked so it retains a little bite and is complimented with the slightly sweet shallots. You can pick up some duck eggs at the Union Square farmers market. They have a rich yolk which is the perfect compliment to the salad and brings the whole dish together.
By Seth Fera-Schanes I have noticed a rise in kale related conversations over the past few years. This hardy green isn’t new to the market but has found its way into menus across the city. A standout feature of kale is its versatility. The preparation range spans from […]
It is mid-July and our summer libation list is growing. We are pleased to bring you Sparkling Peach Sangria which is perfect for a weekend rooftop get together with friends.