The I Hate Kale Cookbook : 35 Recipes to Change Your Mind
35 Recipes to Change Your Mind
There are a lot of reasons to hate kale. It's an upstart. It's painfully hip. It's super healthy. Kale will never be bacon. But here's the thing: If you can get past the hate, you'll figure out that kale is worth eating. Not just because it's good for you, but also because it tastes delicious, once you know what you're doing with it. And that's where The I Hate Kale Cookbook comes in. From satisfying Warm Kale Salad with Bacon and Eggs to Kale Fried Rice and Linguine with Kale and Walnut Pesto, this book offers thirty-five simple, tasty recipes that will turn any hater into a lover. (Or at least a liker. )
After seven years as a dining critic, recipe developer, and food editor at The Denver Post, author Tucker Shaw now oversees feature and entertainment content at the paper, the ninth biggest in the country. He's written several young adult novels (three for Abrams) and two cookbooks, "Gentlemen Start your Ovens" and "A Man's Place is Behind the Bar," both from Chronicle. In 2004, before the advent of smartphones, Facebook or Instagram, Tucker schlepped an actual camera around New York City to photograph everything he ate for a year. The photos were published in a book aptly titled "Everything I Ate."