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I didn't grow up eating Swiss chard, probably because it wasn't readily available in stores back then, but it is now. I see it everywhere. It's also very easy to grow and it produces all summer and even lasts after a few frosts. It can be cooked just like ...

I didn't grow up eating Swiss chard, probably because it wasn't readily available in stores back then, but it is now. I see it everywhere. It's also very easy to grow and it produces all summer and even lasts after a few frosts. It can be cooked just like ...

I didn't grow up eating Swiss chard, probably because it wasn't readily available in stores back then, but it is now. I see it everywhere. It's also very easy to grow and it produces all summer and even lasts after a few frosts. It can be cooked just like ...

I didn't grow up eating Swiss chard, probably because it wasn't readily available in stores back then, but it is now. I see it everywhere. It's also very easy to grow and it produces all summer and even lasts after a few frosts. It can be cooked just like ...

Garlic-Sauteed Swiss Chard

Garlic-Sauteed Swiss Chard

Garlic-Sauteed Swiss Chard recipe: Try this Garlic-Sauteed Swiss Chard recipe, or contribute your own.

Swiss Chard Salad with Lemon, Parmesan & Breadcrumbs

Swiss Chard Salad with Lemon, Parmesan & Breadcrumbs

Pin for Later: 31 Totally Unexpected Thanksgiving Sides Swiss Chard Salad With Lemon, Parmesan, and Breadcrumbs Get the recipe: swiss chard salad with lemon, parmesan, and breadcrumbs

Roasted Beet and Swiss Chard Salad. It's all about the pistachios and orange-juice balsamic.

Roasted Beet and Swiss Chard Salad. It's all about the pistachios and orange-juice balsamic.

Swiss Chard Slaw with Creamy Avocado Dressing

Swiss Chard Slaw with Creamy Avocado Dressing

I love the versatility of Swiss chard — I can simply sauté it, or use the leaves in pretty much any way I would spinach — but did you know Swiss chard leaves are also delicious raw? This easy slaw, dressed with a creamy blender avocado dressing, hits all

creamed swiss chard

Creamed Swiss Chard

Swiss chard, a member of the beet family, has bumpy, dark-green leaves and white or red stalks and veins. We use green chard with white stems in this recipe since the bright red stems often bleed their color.

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