Our Crazy Kale Night, aka The Kale Cheesesteak Video

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I welcome you into my crazy kitchen for a midweek dinner where I attempt to get as much kale in us as possible. I share my thoughts, tips and ideas on how I use kale in a practical way for my family.

My ultimate message: Don’t fear the kale! It just takes some getting used to and the health benefits can’t be beat.

Click here to see all my kale ideas!

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5 Comments and 4 Replies

  1. Krista

    The kids!!! Oh my gosh are they CUTE or what? Evan’s RAWR at the end was so funny. And now I’m craving muenster cheese. =)

  2. Jaye

    Have you thought about making kale/mash potato dish. My husband is Dutch so we have boorenkool a lot in the winter time. It is a comfort food for him, we also make hutspot with carrots.

    1. roni

      I haven’t but I can already tell you I’d LOVE it and the boys wouldn’t. The Husband likes his mashed tators “pure”. lol

    2. marycke

      That is so funny…I am the same way…Boerenkool and Hutspot…I grew up on them!
      Comfort food for me too :)

  3. Erica

    We love kale chips too! I’m also obsessed with raw kale salads! They are so delicious and you can dress them ahead of time so that the kale kind of marinates in the vinaigrette! Perfect for packing to take to work or the beach!

  4. Amy @ A Little Nosh

    I love toward the end where Evan starts eating your bbq brush.

    Great idea and I’m looking forward to trying it. Maybe I’ll show Carter the video (or at least the end where Ryan says how good it is) before I give it to him.

    BTW, you are SO natural in your videos. I’m envious.

    1. Amy @ A Little Nosh

      I just realized you posted this two months ago and I’m just now getting around to commenting (had it saved in Feedly to read later). Best part is that the day you posted this is the day Chase was born. :-)

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