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Kale or Chard Pie

A simple and beautiful pie with a tangy, almost biscuit-like (and no-roll!) top and bottom crust. Bake it ahead and serve it room tempera...

by Mark Bittman


Swiss Chard

Swiss chard is less common than spinach, but it’s often a better choice. It’s a more sturdy green that pairs just as well with fish, poul...

by Silvano Marchetto


Braised Swiss Chard Armistead

Here’s an easy, delicious side dish for just about any meat, fowl, or fish main course, or you can swirl it into a pot of cooked beans. K...

by Christopher Hirsheimer and Peggy Knickerbocker


Swiss Chard and Arugula Salad

In a small skillet, melt butter and sauté the almonds until they begin to turn golden.   Remove from the pan with a slotted spoon and sa...

by Christopher Idone

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Chard and Lentil Soup

Swiss chard is mostly available in the fall—that is its peak time—but in some areas, it can be found all year. There are two kinds, white...

by Barbara Kafka

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Swiss Chard Strudel

Don’t think that strudel always means apples. Made with Swiss chard, nutty-flavored Jarlsberg, and fresh Parmesan cheese, all rolled up i...

by Sheila Lukins and Julee Rosso


Angel Hair Pasta with Chard and Bell Peppers

Fresh ingredients and pantry staples create a beautiful and nutritious dinner on the fly. This dish is equally delicious—if not more so—t...

by Betsy DiJulio


Stuffed Pizza with Chard and Dill

Borage and dill grew wild around my hometown of Verbicaro in spring, so local cooks would gather these aromatic herbs to fill a pitta, th...

by Janet Fletcher and Rosetta Costantino


Swiss Chard, Rotini, and Cannellini Beans in Parmesa...

ALL TOO OFTEN, PEOPLE TOSS AWAY THE RINDS FROM THEIR PARMESAN, NOT REALIZING what flavorful bounty they are. Just like the greens from le...

by Stephanie Stiavetti and Garrett McCord


Braised Swiss Chard and Cannellini Beans

Swiss chard is a vegetable that is much appreciated in Maremma. Even though it is readily available in most supermarkets, it is not much ...

by Lidia Bastianich


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