African Kale Stew – First try.

I’m back in Saskatoon with a bit more permanence now, it’s kind of nice to know I’ll be in one place for more then a month. New years was spent in the magical land of Portland, with a few trips to Sweetpea Bakery, Diablo’s and Bete Lukas. Though I didn’t take pictures of any of it, which was a change from the usual. My main reason for going was to spend time with friends, and to celebrate my birthday. It was actually quite nice to go back there so soon after the last visit. I miss those folks a lot. Anyway, enough of that stuff. I’ve been cooking a lot, and it’s probably because I feel very comfortable in my now entirely vegan kitchen. A friend of mine passed on a recipe for “African Kale Stew” that I am now in love with. I’m not sure where he got it (neither is he), but if you recognize it let me know. AFRICAN KALE STEW 4 c. vegetable soup stock 1/2 c. green onions, chopped 2 cloves garlic, chopped 1 c. chickpeas 1/2 c. brown rice 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 c. natural peanut butter 2 c. kale, chopped 2 tbsp. lemon juice Soy sauce, to taste Chili sauce, to tasteSauté onion in a large pot with garlic. Add stock, potatoes, chickpeas, rice, salt, and kale.  Simmer, covered, for 45 minutes. In a small bowl, blend peanut butter with1/2 c. of liquid from the stew and lemon juice. Mix into stew, adding…

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