I celebrated my 15th anniversary with my husband at the end of December. Total Michael Jackson “And nobody thought this would last” moment. Ha!
We clearly didn’t think about the future when we got married at Christmas time. At all. No thought of future kids, expenses, and how we were totally giving up the chance of ever celebrating our future 15th anniversary due to all of our future money being tied up in presents for our future 3 kids.
So, I make a nice dinner.
I get a CSA box every week and I cannot believe the inspiration it gives me. There is just something about the colors and vibrancy that makes me want to create something amazing.
I was planning on a nice country dinner complete with collard greens until I realized we had eaten them all two nights before.
I totally HAD to find something good for us because the rest of the dinner was chicken fried steak, fried potato slices (with a butter and parmesan garlic sauce) and cornbread with honey butter.
Hey, the honey was local and raw. There is some redemption there, right?
The dinner needed greens and kale did the trick.
Here’s what I did:
Wash and pat dry (or salad spin) your kale
Chop into large pieces.
Saute 2 minced cloves of garlic in a pan with 2-3 TBSP olive oil
Add kale, and stir until coated.
Add 1/3 cup bone broth (I had homemade beef bone broth…use whatever stock/broth you have)
Simmer for a few minutes until wilted and tender.
Season with salt
Drizzle with about 1 TBSP of red wine vinegar and serve.
And let’s be real…the rest of our carb-fest was too.
Kale isn’t just for chips and smoothies, ya’ll. Have some fun and make something new!