The return of the kale darling

Dear Summer-timers,

Hope this finds you well. Well darling the same cannot be said for me I’m afraid. I have been hauled out of shooting for the next few weeks in order to focus on pre production of season 2 of Feathers and Toast despite a trip yesterday to the hairdressers to enhance my red highlighted hair.

So darling, to be honest, my freckled nose is slightly out of whack as I like to be camera ready and miming my way to you on a weekly basis. One needs a 2 minute mime to cheer one up come rain or shine, I would have thought. But the powers that be have decided otherwise, and as I am only 5ft 3 in stature I cannot tackle them physically; one needs to be reasonable when sizing up the odds of winning such scuffles.

But darling, they cannot prevent us from watching re-runs. In true summer style lets have a few weeks of season one and relive the classic kale moments, tomato squelching and neon fusion cooking in order to best prepare for the imminence of season 2. (please do remember at this point to refrain from wearing crocs while watching)

Pull up your cocktails and un-croc’d feet and settle in for 4 minutes of kale cooking splendor in action,

Yours in re-run feathers,

Tallulah

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One thought on “The return of the kale darling

  1. Just a couple of things there sweetie – plenty of kale in Scotland these days – every self-respecting gardener (except me) seems to have it sprouting in her veggie patch. And then – crocs. Well. The only crocs I am familiar with are the ones you wrestle in the jungle streams. Never would I think of putting them on my feet. But finally – you have surprised me with this startlingly easy recipe as it is actually tasty. Thanks Tallulah. Enjoy your summer.

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