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December 21, 2009

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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Potatoes and kale is a typical Dutch dish, savory and hearty. This reminds me of that dish. And hooray, no bacon!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

At the end of the summer, I experimented with sauteed potatoes and kale, just to use some things up. I was pleasantly surprised, and convinced myself that Id created a new dish. Oh, well!

Cinnamon-Girl  Reeni?

This sounds delicious! I would never think to combine greens with potatoes like this. How neat that the greens get sweeter from frost!

Lori Lynn

I love this combination of green and potatoes.LL

Sylvie

what an interesting glimpse of real practical plant selection for the desired traits! Love the herbal-like fresh leaves picture too.

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