17 April 2012 Swiss Chard Planting 17 April 2012 Swiss Chard Planting
A 25 foot row of Swiss chard was planted. This plant grows well and makes a ready green, boiled or stir fried. Pictures depict the method of planting.
I've been told I can go and cut swiss chard from a friend's field. There's a LOT of chard there. I usually stir fry it. I have only got a top freezer, no dehydrator and a regular fridge. I HAVE been drying corn in my oven and could preserve some that way.
Also, I don't can.
What would you do...
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Well, I had been growing tomatoes and okra which died!!!
I do have one tomato plant which is still living. I do not have a good track record with plants and no one would realize that I am the daughter of a master gardener. Anyway I am an optimist and I just planted some swiss chard seeds. I...
Here's another crockpot recipe I've had laying around. Haven't made this myself for a while so I think I'll do it later this week.
Crock Pot Swiss Cheese Potatoes
2 lbs. baking potatoes, peeled & thinly sliced
1/2 C. finely chopped yellow onion
1/4 t. salt
1/4 t. ground nutmeg
Yesterday was my Grandson's christening and everything went well. It seemed liked no one touched the swiss cheese. I have about 2lbs of it, there are only DH and I at home so I wont use it very fast. My ? is can you freeze it? I also had leftover turkey, roast beef and ham, I did freeze...
4 chicken breasts
8 slices swiss cheese
1 can Cream of Chicken soup
1 bag of seasoned croutons
1. Put chicken breasts in a pan.
2. Put have a slice of Swiss cheese on each chicken breast.
3. Mix soup plus 1 soup can of water until blended.
4. Put croutons on top of chicken and soup.
5. Cook at...
Ok, we were feeling brave and wanted to try a new veggie. So we got swiss chard. The stalks are all kinds of pretty colors, red, pink, yellow etc. WE thought it would interest the kids into eating it. Now...how do we cook it? I have no idea what to do with it! :confused:
A steak (sirloin, chuck or whatever) about 3/4-1" thick (boned) & any weight that you think you need for your family.
A little oil (just enough to sear meat in the skillet).
HEINZ ketchip (I use generic), enough to have meat swimming in it, yet not deep (maybe 1/2" up skillet).
Yes my friends, it's that time.:D
I have an explosion of swiss chard in my garden. I usually just steam mine and put a little butter on it. Do you (being the Swiss Chard lover that you are) have other exciting ways that you prepare it?
Next week I shall be calling on all zucchini lovers & those...