What I bought at the grocery store today

Saffron. I’m thinking of making Lucia’s cats (Swedish lussekatter), like I did last year.
Also, saffron has a very interesting story to tell!

Kale (borecole), which is one of the most healthy vegetables out there! I know a lot of good and easy recipes with it.

Six very large hachiya persimmons. These were on sale!

Sugar, milk, chocolate milk, eggs and raisins.

Carrots, cauliflower, beetroots and a leek.

Clementines and Jonagold apples (Jonagold is my favorite type of apple!).

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3 Responses to What I bought at the grocery store today

  1. Meredith says:

    Tell us a good recipe or two with the kale! Also, how do you prepare the persimmons? I saw some in the store and was intrieged but I don’t know what to do with them or how to eat them. Do you have to peel them or what? Thanks for any info you can give me!

  2. janerowena says:

    I came on to ask for kale recipes too! I grow lots of it, but always end up cutting it finely and stir-frying it into dishes, or with onions and garlic with a little sauce of some kind. We usually eat our persimmons very ripe with a spoon, cutting off the top. If they aren’t ripe enough they are awful. Israelis call them sharon fruit.

  3. I’ll be making lussekatter again this year too! Last year they were a big success with my family!

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