Tag Archives: chard

Chard: do you eat the stalks?

My chard (also known as swiss chard and silverbeet) is growing great right now So, I am happily picking chard and adding into most of our meals in one way or another. Last night as I was chopping the chard … Continue reading

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SSFC: New to me

Our theme this week was “new to me,” “way out there” or “off the wall.” My plan all along has been “new to me” in anticipation to a new-to-me vegetable that I grew this winter. Salsify! This isn’t a vegetable … Continue reading

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SSFC: Another quiche and more chard

Oh, Look! Another quiche! There’s a surprise! (can you read the sarcasm in that?) It is always best to use up what I have at home or in the garden before I go elsewhere and I am still sticking with … Continue reading

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SSFC: Vegan theme

The Southern SOLE Food Challenge has another themed-challenge this week – Vegan. That’s a semi-tough one for me. Most of my soups are made with chicken or beef broth so I had to break my habits and make a wonderful … Continue reading

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SSFC: Quiche

Quiche was on the menu and I am glad it lasted for a few meals this past week/weekend I am still not spending a lot of time cooking and quiche is so easy to make and is a great way … Continue reading

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SSFC: Cheese curds, etc.

Somehow, I spaced out Monday and my SSFC post. Let’s pretend it is Monday again. I spent that past week in Minnesota and Wisconsin and during that time I ate a tone of local foods. Several meals included my step-dad’s … Continue reading

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SSFC: Tacos

The theme this week is to create an international meals. Ok, well, my international meal is very very lame, BUT it was delicious! We have not had tacos in a long long time and I have been wanting to make … Continue reading

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