On Sunday my hubby and I ventured out to the Old Cheney Farmers' Market. http://oldcheneyroadfarmersmarket.com.
He loves kolaches, a delightful Czech pastry with a dollop of fruit in the center, so we set out to buy some as a Father’s Day treat.
While at the market, I had the great good fortune to meet Alice Henneman, an Extension Educator for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County. I a am a new subscriber to her Cook It Quick Newsletter: http://food.unl.edu/web/fnh/cook-it-quick-recipes.
Alice is a true foodie, and I have enjoyed reading her recipes, including this one for spinach lasagna that I’m anxious to try: http://food.unl.edu/web/fnh/spinach-lasagna.
The fresh spinach was sold out by the time we arrived at the market, but Alice suggested I try Kale Chips as another fun and easy veggie dish that is grandkid-friendly.
All you need is a bunch of kale, two teaspoons of olive oil, and some salt (sea salt would be great) or parmesan cheese. I made a batch, and, sure enough. You can’t eat just one! Here is a link to that recipe: http://food.unl.edu/web/fnh/baked-kale-chips. Yummo!
Hope you all had an enjoyable weekend!
LeAnn aka pasqueflower