Tag Archives: Swiss Chard

Chard and Onion Pizza (Dairy Free Cooking)

At the beginning of February S and Bull went off of dairy products. Bull had been having a problem with eczema and S had been having increasing pain in his knees. Since he bike commutes painful knees are a serious … Continue reading

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A Garden is a lovesome thing, God Wot

A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot Rose plot, Fringed pool Ferned grot– The veriest school of peace;and yet the fool Contends that God is not. Not God! In gardens! When the eve is cool? Nay, but I have … Continue reading

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Early Spring Pizza

Homemade pizza is one of my favorite go to dishes when I want something simple and fast.  I make the dough in my mixer but making it by hand adds very little preparation time. The dough recipe I use is … Continue reading

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Market Report April 5, 2011

Today at long last I got down to Byrd House Market’s Renegade Market in time to actually be able to buy something. Before the time change they started earlier and the market and nap-time were  simultaneous occurrences. Anyway I was … Continue reading

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Swiss Chard Dip

This was a a quick invention last night, as I wanted something to munch on while the rest of dinner was cooking. 1 bunch Swiss Chard (about 12 large stalks) Olive Oil Salt Pepper mustard creme fraiche lime juice Wash, … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market Report: October 26,2010

This week I really splurged on greens, we love them in all kinds of dishes and there are plenty at Byrd House Market right now. I spent just under $30 dollars and got: 1 pound each of baby zucchini and … Continue reading

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