But, putting cooking aside, you can't deny that kale has an incredibly beautiful color and leaf. My garden is still brown, wild flowers are nonexistent in New England now, (although forcing forsythia is on the agenda), and it is time to pack away the Easter eggs and bunnies. Time for a centerpiece switch. How about kale?
I took a bunch of kale, combined it with a old vintage cheese box from my dad, and created a new centerpiece.
I save containers, especially wide mouth jars and I had three plastic jars that fit perfectly into this box. I put some water in and added the kale leaves.
I love the visual texture! I hope David doesn't have too many cooking plans today!
I routinely steal from the refrigerator to make quick, unusual centerpieces. What do you create with from your fridge?
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