Harvest!!

I am so excited to really be getting a good harvest in now!!  Here’s what I picked yesterday from the garden:

  • tomatoes (big red ones and little yellow ones)
  • cucumbers
  • butternut squash
  • delicata squash
  • carrots
  • onions
  • raspberries
  • more raspberries

Yummy!  Now, I need ideas for what to make with my swiss chard.  Tried and true recipes, please!!!

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4 Responses to “Harvest!!”


  1. 1 Shannon September 10, 2009 at 2:23 pm

    New to blogging here and I enjoyed your blog- GREAT garden pictures!!! So neat! Congrates on the new baby… lots of luck!

  2. 2 Kristen September 10, 2009 at 7:54 pm

    Rachel Ray is always cooking with greens. You can look up a recipe on Food Network or on her website. Let me know how it tastes because I have always wanted to try some kind of dark greens, but I am too chicken. When we lived in North Carolina I ate alot of collard greens, they were really good, but it took forever to cook them the way that they prepared them. They had them in the cafeteria at the college everyday, YUMMY!

  3. 3 Karen September 12, 2009 at 9:45 am

    Swiss chard, Mom cooked them with water and butter and put bacon bits in them, the secret is taking the leaves to cook off the stem, so just tear them off and cook the leaves, could also add onions, a few red pepper flakes, or grind nutmeg just a little in, Rachael says fresh ground nutmeg is the secret ingrediant for all greens!

  4. 4 Rick September 14, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    What the hell is swiss chard?? Surely not a chard swiss!


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