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22 April, 2023

Cooking With Cruciferous Vegetables

Cooking With Cruciferous Vegetables
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Cruciferous vegetables are among the vegetables botanically named, “Brassicaceae.” There are several species and cultivars farmed for food production which includes among others, Swiss chard, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, kale, watercress, Brussels sprouts, daikon and arugula. Flowering Arugula Their labeled name cruciferous (crucifer) comes from the Latin word for “cross-bearing,” as the vegetation have flowers with
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30 November, 2021

Cannellini White Bean Soup with Swiss Chard

Comments : 1 Posted in : Soups - Salads - Sandwiches on by : Cook Plate Fork
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Autumn has arrived the air has chilled and once again soup season is here. The late Laurie Collin who wrote for the food column in Gourmet magazine, said, “to feel safe and warm on a cold wet night, all you really need is soup.” What’s In A White Bean and Swiss Chard Soup To start,
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29 November, 2021

Red Swiss Chard & Asparagus Omelette

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Swiss chard is a close relative of the beet and is grown for its leaves and stems as opposed to the edible root. The leafy green is known for its bright colored stems of red, yellow, pink, and purple. If all colors are sold bundled together it is referred to as Rainbow Swiss Chard. For
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23 June, 2014

Almond Coconut Breaded Chicken with Peaches

Comments : 7 Posted in : Salads as a Main Course on by : Cook Plate Fork
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Those that read Splendid Recipes and More may have noticed our favorite way of using chicken is in salads, and therefore Salad as a Main Course. We bought some Herb Blend salad greens, which are a mix of red and green Romaine, red and green Oak leaf, Lollo Rosa, and Tango. Those are the different
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