Archive for tag kale

sweet potato and peanut stew with kale

by Eva Felis on November 5, 2015

It rained all day last Sunday. It was cold, dark and unpleasant outside. I loved it! We cozied up together on the couch and sipped on hot chocolate laced with dark rum. It was my turn to pick a movie from my infinite list and I chose Hector and the Search for Happiness. At first Weiterlesen



baby kale with red beets, grapefruit and apples

by Eva Felis on October 23, 2015

The days still feel sunny and warm here in the South, but the nights are chilly and I pulled out my blankie weeks ago. The summer is officially over and ordinary lettuce doesn’t cut it anymore. With dropping temperatures a salad has to offer me more than just a “healthy” label. Lately I am really loving Weiterlesen



pan-fried kale, cannellini beans with salami

by Eva Felis on November 17, 2014

Although I already live in the big ATL, urban getaways are still on the top of my list. Last weekend I got the opportunity to spend a few days in Nashville, TN and I was all in. If you think about Nashville and think nothing but country music, you have no idea what you are Weiterlesen



kale pesto with a touch of lemon and capers

by Eva Felis on May 12, 2014

I had been going back and forth about if and how to remodel my living room. The whole situation is a complex one, as in small or rather tiny. I needed to close an opening between two rooms to create a proper office space. But this result in a living room with the size of Weiterlesen



roasted cauliflower and kale pie with potato crust

by Eva Felis on November 1, 2012

We survived Halloween! Everything went fast. Everything! Unbelievable fast. This time I was well prepared, there is not much to do anyway. Get a load of candies, put everything in a bowl, wait for the door bell. I make it short, we all know the process. Do we? I have to admit I felt a Weiterlesen



oven salad with kale, sweet potato and brown rice

by Eva Felis on August 2, 2012

It is hot as blue blazes and my a/c is on duty nonstop and tries to keep the insight temperature at an human-appropriate level. I love my sweet treats, so I am still cranking up my oven despite the weather. I am not giving up my baking, that’s why ceiling fans are invented.
After popping cakes Weiterlesen