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June 09, 2014

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That looks far too good to be decent, Lucy. xx

lucy

ganga, i do not know how i got to be 42 - forty two!! - and not make this classic. it's even vegan, for gawdsake, and yet tastes, as the best peasant food always does, as though it is so much more involved. hint: even better-er the next day... xx

kathryn

This looks really good. I'm pretty sure I'm getting a bushel of kale in my veg box this week. I have been making a spinach pie most weeks, with the greens from our box, but have been looking for something new to try out.

Do you really boil the kale vigorously? I'd be to hesitant about doing that usually - thinking it might make the kale bitter or sulphurous. But I know Tod's work (as you know), so I'm going to try this out.

Lesh

Thanks for introducing me to Tod Davies - can't wait to read that book! Lesh x

ElmBotanicals

I too have been trying to think of ways other than kale pie/quiche/salad to greet the seasons’ abundance. So thank you for the inspiration and the introduction to Tod. Looks like a perfect antidote to midweek cooking head scratching :) Clara

Denise | Chez Danisse

Looks delicious and I like your smoked paprika addition. Well done!

alison

thank you for a vegetarian version ... i have missed the caldo verde of my childhood, not having the imagination to create a new idea at this point in time. it looks and sounds totally wonderful, and i thank you.

Elaine

It is a very hot summer day outside and even hotter inside my home. I've cranked up all the fans to 11 in terms of velocity and volume. I cannot hear a thing. Piper has pressed his body up against the front door where a sliver of cool air blows in from the hallway. And I am reading. Your blog posts and then on to where they lead me. Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing your discoveries and creations. xx, e

lucy

elaine! that sounds hideous, my friend. bloody heat, eh?

red hot tip for keeping you and piper cool - pop a bunch of ice cubes in a bowl and sit it in front of the fan for a cooler fanning. works a treat for us on those awful days. x

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