Tag Archives: Swiss Chard

In Season: What we’re doing with Swiss Chard

Swiss chard is one of the most beautiful plants we grow. The stalks vary from white to yellow to pink to red to striped and the large green leaves are accented by veins of matching colors. Swiss chard is a … Continue reading

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In Season: What we’re doing with Barese Swiss Chard

Barese Swiss chard is chard bred to grow and look like bok choy. If you’re a gardener know that flea beetles love bok choy. Holes in produce does not bother us, but the holes don’t settle as well with everyone … Continue reading

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Today was a busy day…

Matt and I finally decided to tackle as much produce as we could in our fridge before it decided to fight back and take over the house. So, today we: Roasted eggplant with slivers of garlic – this was frozen … Continue reading

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One Night, Two Soups

Matt and I have a ton of produce this time of the year. When we open the fridge, all we see are our biodegradable bags full of various vegetables. It gets to a point when we just have to attack … Continue reading

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Grits n’ Greens Casserole (& grapes at the farm)

Two Wednesdays ago we had dinner with Susan and Jack,¬†some family from California. I took up the Zucchini Salad recipe I’ve been raving about. We also had sliced tomatoes, fresh walleye, and Grits n’ Greens Casserole. For dessert we had … Continue reading

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Swiss Chard

One of the produce items we’ll be featuring at the market on Saturday is Swiss Chard, an extremely versatile vegetable that can be used in every course of the meal from salads and appetizers to desserts.¬† The dessert may sound … Continue reading

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