Gardeners are often surprised that vegetables can be planted in the fall, but you can easily extend the harvest for several weeks by planting quick-growing, cool season vegetables such as lettuce, radish, Swiss chard, spinach and kale.
Like the other antioxidant nutrients, it helps prevent oxidative damage to the eye.Food sources of selenium include Brazil nuts, whole wheat, wheat germ, tuna, Swiss chard, and oats.
You can use this crust recipe for any type of filling such as Swiss chard and red onions, acorn squash and apples, or sautéed tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and eggs.
Southern gardeners may be able to grow and harvest spinach, chard and broccoli well past Thanksgiving and sometimes over the winter, depending on how cold it gets.
This Chard has a little residual sugar which pairs well with zesty foods, and the fair amount of oak truly matches up with smoky flavors from the grill.
Cool weather vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, chard, kale, spinach, other greens such as mustard greens, lettuce, radishes and peas.
Beets also have extremely nutritious leaves, which are edible and can be cooked just like chard, kale, collards, or any other hearty green.
Lettuce, radishes, chard, spinach and other cool weather crops started from seed directly in the garden may do just fine in such zones.
Fess Parker's Pinot Blanc reminds me less of a Chard and more of a Loire version of it, and, more importantly, an enjoyable one.
Chard and Bromhead, numbered about 80 men of the 24th regiment, and they had in hospital between 30 and 40 men.