Homemade crispy Kale chips

Kale is a kickass superfood. It's bitterness is sometimes a retractor but by adding some olive oil, salt and baking it in the oven for 400 degrees F / 200 C for 6-8 minutes, you get a healthy, delicious, crunchy, non-bitter snack! Great for kids too.

 

Pictured is a tray of "baby kale" but any type of kale will do.

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Credits:
Photo by Queen fLee
Graphic Letter K from Drop Cap series by Jessica Hische

Quail Eggs & Toast for Breakie

Quail eggs are tiny, adorable speckled eggs that are perfectly edible. They taste like chicken eggs so only the shell and the size seem foreign. I bought a 1/2 dozen at the Chinatown grocery store in Chicago for $2 out of curiosity.

Hard boiled quail egg recipe:

- fill a shallow saucepan with water to cover the eggs
- gently place the quail eggs in the water
- turn the heat to high and bring to a boil
- as soon as the water is boiling, turn off the heat and let the eggs sit for 5 minutes
- drain hot water and soak in cold water for a few minutes
- peel & enjoy!


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Credits:
Photo by Queen fLee
Graphic Letter Q from Drop Cap series by Jessica Hische