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By: PenPower | July 27, 2016


Kale is one of my most favorite greens. Luckily, it’s easy to plant (by seed) and can grow in most climates from early spring through late fall. This versatile vegetable is wonderful sauteed but during the hot summer months I think we are all less inclined to turn on that stove. No need to escape from the burning inferno outside only to step right back into hell’s kitchen.

 

Salad is king at Ravens Ridge during July and August. And below you will find my hail to the Caesar, a delicious alternative to the traditional salad that calls for romaine. I use kale and prefer the Curley Blue variety (it seems to hold the dressing the best and will not wilt) but Russian Red or whatever you find at the grocery store, farmers' market, or growing in yo...


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