Yesterday, The New York Times Magazine let food columnist Tejal Rao write 800 words about “seeing kale with new eyes.” Her paean to lacinato (the “dinosaur” one) concludes with what’s presumably a very good recipe — a blended-kale pasta sauce from Joshua McFadden.
Writer Catherine Lamb approached the Governor’s Mansion about harvesting kale plants flanking Nathan Deal’s front gates. The Governor obliged. She donated the greens to an area church that offers free meals to the needy.
BY CATHERINE LAMB
As I drove up to the security checkpoint at the Governor’s Mansion in swanky Buckhead, I mentally prepared myself to be turned away. After all, I had a rather odd request: to pick some kale from the plants flanking Gov. Nathan Deal’s front gates.
I pleaded my case to grounds supervisor Joey Duffy, who told me that, no, I couldn’t take any kale ...
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