Blog cited in The Farmer's Almanac Gardening Guide!
The Harris' Farmer's Almanac 2013 Seasonal Gardening Guide (#46) is on the newsstands and includes an article about kale and my kale blog. Whoa! I was interviewed last September for this article and never thought about it again until I got a copy of the Guide in the mail yesterday from the writer Barbara Delbol. Thanks Barbara!
Two recipes from this blog are highlighted, including my husband's (locally) famous Kale Slaw, and Garlic Kale Sweet Potato Soup, a very popular recipe on this blog that was developed by the Registered Dietitians at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI.
I cannot find a link on the web to this Guide, so I guess you'll need to hop out to your local newsstand to pick up a copy.
I wonder if kale is ever used "just" as decoration on a plate anymore?
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!
Personally autographed copies available at Nicola's Books in Ann Arbor, MI (call 734-662-0600 or visit nicolasbooks.com). Proceeds have been donated to research funded by The American Institute for Cancer Research (aicr.org, 1-800-843-8114).