|Fall sea kale shoots|
In the spring we enjoy the flower buds of the sea kale - we eat them like broccoli raab. In the summer the sea kale is beautiful and attracts bees with its honey-scented flowers. And then in the late fall, as we turn towards winter, the sea kale gives us one last tasty treat: tender new growth leaves.
Jonathan is the kale master in our kitchen, so he took charge and cooked up a medley of the sea kale along with some regular kale that is still hanging on in our front garden.
|Regular kale in the front garden|
Yay for the garden! Yay for sea kale!