Swiss chard


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Swiss chard:

see beetbeet,
biennial or annual root vegetable of the family Chenopodiaceae (goosefoot family). The beet (Beta vulgaris) has been cultivated since pre-Christian times. Among its numerous varieties are the red, or garden, beet, the sugar beet, Swiss chard, and several types of
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Put the Swiss chard or spinach leaves in a pan with a little water, the salt and butter, cover and cook until soft and tender.
Sweet and SAVOURY KATIE & GIANCARLO'S SWEET SWISS CHARD TART INGREDIENTS: (Serves 10-12) For the pastry: 200g '00' flour 200g chilled butter, cubed 1 egg 100g caster (superfine) sugar 1 level tsp baking powder Finely grated zest of 1/2 lemon For the filling: 50g walnuts, roughly chopped 50g pine nuts 600g Swiss chard leaves and thin, tender stalks, or 300g spinach leaves and tender stalks, roughly chopped Pinch of salt 10g salted or unsalted butter, cubed 500g ricotta, drained 100g raisins 75g caster sugar 1tsp ground cinnamon (optional) Finely grated zest of 1/2 lemon Ice cream, cream or custard, to serve METHOD: 1.
Put the Swiss chard or spinach leaves in a Sweet and SAVOURY KATIE & GIANCARLO'S SWEET SWISS CHARD TART pan with a little water, the salt and butter, cover and cook until soft and tender.
05) reduction (up to 50%) in Swiss chard growth (plant height) with application of all the three concentrations (100, 50 and 25%) of leachate as sources of irrigation water compared with the growth observed in leachate-free (control) irrigation systems.
Use tongs to add the Swiss chard leaves in batches, as needed, adding more as each batch cooks down.
Other good sources of vitamin K include broccoli, Swiss chard, watercress, and collard and turnip greens.
There is no valid reason to plant a crop of Swiss chard or kale if you will not eat it.
The 5,000-square-foot garden Mattison and the kids tend grows everything from zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, pumpkins and tomatoes to Swiss chard and collard greens, and some of the produce is used in school lunches.
After a garden fresh salad of rocket leaves, fresh cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, carrots, capsicum and baby potatoes with a generous drizzle of lime dressing and vinaigrette, we changed gear to enjoy a Swiss Chard Ravioli for the main course.
Some of the best cool-season crops include beets, arugula, radishes, Swiss chard, peas, chives, artichokes, broccoli, mustard greens, carrots, kale and lettuce.

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