lördag 7 januari 2012

Ny kategori: grönkål

Hittills har jag låtit bli att ha enskilda råvaror som kategorier utan hållit mig till olika typer av rätter, men det var såklart oundvikligt att grönkål skulle bli den första råvaran som bryter det mönstret.
Så här hittar ni alla mina grönkålsrecept!

8 kommentarer:

  1. Då jag är grönkålsmissbrukare vill jag bara ge dig ett stort tack! Jag kan aldrig få nog av grönkålsrecept att frossa i.:)

  2. Haha, jag räknade med att du skulle gilla det här! :)

  3. My family and I will most likely be moving to Sweden this year and one of my biggest laments is the absence of kale and other winter greens in the markets. In the US it is sold everywhere all year round and we buy it every week. I'm hoping it will change in Sweden but everyone seems to accept it only as Christmas food. :(

  4. Hi Mark, I see you have done some research on this matter! :)
    Kale is unfortunately sold in stores only in November and December, which is something I have been complaining about for years. Strangely enough people (or the retailers) don't realise that it is a great food and could be eaten all year round. Us foodies and those who grow veggies of their own are very fond of kale.
    However, it is usually sold in farmer's markets during most parts of the year.
    Other greens, such as chard and fresh spinach, are more widely available, but still not like in the US.

  5. By the way, I read several American food blogs, and it sometimes seems like the writers are eating kale all the time (just like I am in the winter, I ate it at least once every day during the entire period that it was sold!), so I really wish it would be as common here as it is over there. I have even found some American blogs that are solely about kale!

  6. I couldn't find it at any farmers markets this summer but I'm glad to hear that some are selling it. I must not have been looking in the right places. Have you seen collard greens? That's my other favorite.

  7. Since kale is sown in the spring, it is usually available at the farmers markets from late july or august onwards, so perhaps you were here too early in the summer?
    I am actually not quite sure about the collard greens, since I don't know what it's called in Swedish...

  8. That explains it, I was there early in the summer.


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