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- Tips Swiss Chard: All About It Swiss chard is a leafy vegetable related to spinach and beets. The tasty leaves range in color from bright green to deep red, and have stems that are even more colorful!
- Recipes Spring Chard Sauté with Bacon and Lemon A simple sauté that works well with Swiss chard, chicories, kale or spinach. Try it with baby beets with their greens still attached, too. If you don’t have garlic scapes, you can substitute scallions or bulb garlic; just remember that greens and bulbs cook at slightly different speeds.
- Recipes Swiss Chard Tart Nothing tastes and smells better than a warm tart right out of the oven! If you get this in the oven just before your guest arrive, everyone will sit down to dinner after a bit of visiting with their appetites fully awakened. A light salad to accompany and you’ve got…
- Recipes Bacon, Celeriac, and Chard Stem Soup A great soup to make on Sunday night with chard stems leftover from Saturday dinner, bacon from breakfast, and a few gnarled celeriac and onions. Dress it up with chopped fresh parsley or chopped red pepper if you have it on hand. The soup can be pureed or left in…
- Recipes Greens Sauteed with Bacon What’s the best way to make spring greens more exciting? Add some bacon!
- Tips Chiffonade Chiffonade is a way to chop greens so they look elegant and are easy to incorporate in to salads, soups, and more.
- Recipes Turnip and Farro Salad with Greens This grain salad is makes a wonderful side dish or a hearty spring lunch, topped with a fried egg. If available, use turnips with their greens attached (both can be used in this recipe). Otherwise, choose firm white turnips and use mustard greens or Swiss chard.
- Tips Greens: Storage Tips Storing food in small amounts is easy, but in larger quantities it can be tricky in our increasingly energy efficient homes. Most greens store best in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. Here are some more tips for keeping your greens fresh.
- Blog This Week at the Farm: Lessons in Growing & Cooking …to the hoop houses, there’s bok choy, mustard greens, chard – to name just a few of the greens we’re growing this spring. While the growing is a lot slower with the sun behind the clouds, we were able to do our first significant harvest this week.
- Recipes Potato & Spinach Colcannon Here is a twist on a traditional Irish recipe, a great one for any time of year and a delicious way to eat spuds of any variety, skins and all. Mix in any greens you like, it’s still Colcannon. You can add a bit of richness by adding yogurt, sour…