Garden Chard with Stracciatella and Pumpkin Seeds

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Our garden is really coming along and we’ve solicited the cutest little helper to assist with harvest. This 5 ingredients recipe is dead simple! If you don’t have chard, sub with spinach, rapini or any dark leafy green. Stracciatella cheese… Continue Reading

Ottolenghi’s Swiss Chard with Tahini Yogurt and Buttered Nuts

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Sorry guys, we are still eating swiss chard from the garden. It’s a bit crazy actually. Especially since there is finally snow outside and the growing season is long over. The incredible thing is that the chard still tastes amazing!… Continue Reading

Ottolenghi-Inspired Swiss Chard, Herb and Fresh Cheese Tart

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My in-laws have a tradition of hosting a beautiful dinner on Christmas Eve. The multiple course meal is entirely meatless and probably requires days or weeks of preparation. In an effort to help reduce the stress, we offered to bring this… Continue Reading

Swiss Chard with Anchovies and Garlicky Bread Crumbs

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Making this dish with Swiss Chard is a serious feast for the eyes. But don’t stop there. Use this method for cooking broccoli, spinach, rapini and even kale. We just decided to use Swiss Chard because it is December and… Continue Reading

Healthy Hump Day – Swiss Chard and Whole Grain Medley

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I don’t know about you but I could definitely use a bit of healthy hump day eating after a gluttonous Thanksgiving meal where I was giving serious thanks to my stretchy pants. The grain you choose here is entirely up… Continue Reading

Amped-Up Fall Garden Minestrone

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Fall is here! Time again for comforting stews and heartwarming soups and pastas! Gone are the long days of summer, bikinis and flip flops…single tear. All that’s left in the veggie garden is some unruly swiss chard, kale, a zuke… Continue Reading

The August Garden

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Summer heat and humidity is upon us. Later than usual but I’m glad it is finally here. The garden is buzzing with summer flowers and hard working pollinators making the most of the long hot days. Beebalm (or Bergamot) in… Continue Reading