Well, this year, around August 12 or so, I went back and asked to make sure that these were new seeds, and not the same old stock. They assured me they were. Guess what? about 3/4 of what came up were turnip plants, and only 1/4 were the kale I wanted. Now I have lots of turnips that have usable roots a bit bigger than nice sized radishes, and loads of greens. (a groundhog ate my kale off about 4" up from the base - I don't know if they will recover) The groundhog, of course, didn't bother the turnips at all.
So what can we do with all of these turnip greens? Does anyone have a good casserole type dish recipe that we can make using a good amount of the turnip greens? Thanks!