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Epicurean Kentuckian: Kale and White Bean Stew

2014-02-05 - Shelby County, KY - Photo by Pen.
It kind of puts one in mind of soups they used to make at Dagwoods Restaurant , the wonderful little cafe two blocks off the Square on N 3rd Street which (used to be? is?) in Bardstown. They had a similar soup they called "Portuguese Kale" soup, and whether they used Kielbasa or a fancy sausage to flavor it or not, it was, as all their soups were, a taste of heaven. I liked it in its gentle form, without piri-piri or Texas Pete, but if one just can't get through a meal with overdosing on endorphins, then the gold standard of sauces, Frank's will do just fine. Anyway you have it, it's great on a day like today. - EW

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