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Days 67-70 Ready? Set for Monday


Monday, March 11, 2013

Where did the weekend go? After a day of exhaustion, I worked hard on getting caught up. I made crockpot chili, hardboiled some eggs, and the house is much cleaner. I was sitting in the silence of my Quaker Meeting when it occurred to me that--duh--against all cultural programming, I could ask for help. I hired a friend to come give me a hand with stuff I simply hadn't had time to do. It worked out great for both of us, and we finished with a bowl of chili and KALE CHIPS!

I'd had some at a restaurant and decided I had to give it a try. I was lucky and got it right the first time!

KALE CHIPS

fresh kale
sea salt or seasoning salt
olive oil

Remove stems and cut into 2" pieces. Place in mixing bowl; drizzle in some olive oil. I didn't measure, but it didn't take much. Stir, or hand mix as I did, to coat reasonably well. Sprinkle with salt, again not much, just a bit for taste.

Heat oven to 250, bake about 25 min till dry and crisp. Makes deliciously light chips! I know what I'll be doing with the rest of the kale in the garden!
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1EMMA2011 3/11/2013 7:23PM

    These are so good. I've made them before and love them!

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ILOVEMALI 3/11/2013 2:12PM

    thanks for the recipe for kale chips!!

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SPARKCHANTAL 3/11/2013 11:09AM

    read somewhere you can do the same with mushrooms.

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LOOKINGUP2012 3/11/2013 7:37AM

    Silence is golden! I love kale chips. I'm thinking of using my kale now for kale, hominy and lima bean casserole. We like that too. Have a wonderful day.

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