Tag Archives: Kale

Crespelle, Crêpes, Pancakes (just trust me)


You know how sometimes – maybe all the time – you come home at the end of the day and the last thing you want to do is cook? And you know how, sometimes, if you make that little bit of effort with a dish you’ve been wanting to make, it’s all worth it?

Well, this might not be that dish.

First of all, perhaps I should tell you what this dish is: a combination of light and flavourful crespelle (aka crêpes or pancakes) rolled with three types of cheese and whatever garden green you have going at the moment. Then the whole thing is baked together, which doesn’t seem like it should be as good as it is, but it is.

In fact, it’s great; I will not lie to you. Continue reading

Roasted Potatoes with Kale “Capers”

you'd have to be a fool not to want this

My kids, to their great credit, eat a wide variety of food, but even they balk at the preponderance of brassicas and roots I have thrust at them over the winter. Sometimes it’s hard to summon up excitement over the same old vegetables. Eating locally and seasonally means that we are going through our fair share of the same old same old, especially roots, and to be honest, I’m not all that thrilled with them anymore either.  Continue reading