All things green are being celebrated in recipes for upcoming St. Patrick's Day, including a "shout-out" for my kale blog in The Washington Post's Lean & Fit Newsletter. You do have to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the newsletter, and then read all the way to the right, but there it is under "Tips for the Week - Being Well - Fighting Cancer with Kale", with a link directly to this blog.
How much fun is that?! A lot. :-)
Many thanks to The Washington Post for stumbling onto my blog and giving it "two green thumbs up"!
Where kale is more than decoration on my plate, especially on St. Patrick's Day!
I'm a wife, mom, long-time organic gardener, new organic garlic farmer, Registered Dietitian, author of the book A Dietitian's Cancer Story and in between all that and more, I am a multiple time cancer survivor. My former website www.CancerRD.com focused on nutrition information for cancer survivors. I began my "dianadyer" blog in June 2007 to share a wider scope of my thoughts about cancer survivorship, food, nutrition, gardening, recipes, our environment, and life.
I started this blog "365DaysofKale" in January 2009 in which I write about my passion for growing and eating kale and all the other brassica vegetables. I hope that I can offer both information and inspiration to eat some kale or one of its healthy relatives every day of the year!
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