For those of you who aren’t on Instagram or Facebook, my family moved back to New York City in early September. So far so good. Aside from the fact that I can’t sleep at night thinking about the potential of a Trump presidency, I am feeling pretty positive about being back. We love our new neighborhood and not surprisingly, the transition has been really easy.
So what next? I’m not really sure. I know it will be food related but I’m not sure in what capacity. There are some days, where I am just happy to be able to get food cooked and on the table for Grady three times a day and then again for me and Philip. Feeding a family can sometimes feel like a full time job.
Kale in France has been accessible for quite some time and I hope will continue to be well established in the years to come. My goal was never to make it trendy only so it would die out but something that was available like salad or red cabbage and had staying power. Always keep me posted with your sightings and more. I love hearing and seeing what’s going on in our old home.
I don’t know what I am going to do with this space or if there is life for The Kale Project or some American extension. Part of me isn’t sure there is a need to keep up a blog when I don’t have something specific to blog about. Yet very day I am discovering more about my interest and passion with food policy, kids & food, motherhood & food and what amazing work people are doing to make our food system better, healthier and more sustainable for everyone. So I’m going to start with that.
I hope a few of you stay tuned.
Love from New York,
PS: Bonjour Kale is $1.99 on Amazon US Kindle the entire month of November! If you haven’t bought the book yet but want an easy, fun, holiday read, now is the time!
Photography credit: Rebecca Genet