July 10, 2009 by Wendy Lunch Picked some of this: From here: And made this: Very good it was too. 🙂 AdvertisementShare this:FacebookTumblrPinterestTwitterRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
I can believe it was good, Wendy – looks lovely and earthy.
My chard is going nuts, too – not that I’m complaining. About to have some with some morcilla…
So beautiful, Wendy! Oh, my, how I love rainbow chard.
looks yummy. I picked some chard this evening too – it’s going into spicy rice ready for a bring and share lunch tomorrow.
Well, now, THAT is a damn fine looking bowl of soup!
But WOW. Those chard leaves make a stunning shot. Has it warmed up a little yet? The garden is really coming along well. Are they broad beans in the background?
Chuffed you liked it – it’s very basic, flavourwise, but it does hit the spot.
What a gorgeously vibrant garden you have Wendy. I remember the photos where it was just dirt and now it’s *alive*. Beaut looking rainbow chard too. Strong, strong colours and those leaves look luscious and juicy – just as good chard should be.
lush vegie patch, lush stew – seems like a fine summer harvest indeed
I love it! You should do more posts like this. That’s some nice looking chard!
It looks so earthy and yummy!
that looks great! i made lentils today too, but sadly i had no fresh chard.
It is so beautiful! Such gorgeous colours and a delicious meal to boot! Fab 🙂
Aforkfullofspaghetti – Oooh, morcilla. Great!
Susan – It’s so pretty, isn’t it?
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Lucy – That’s peas and golden mangetout in the background. And, no, it’s still pretty cold up here. There is a real possibility that the one week of warmth we got was summer.
Johanna – It was! 🙂
Siri – Think I might…
Karine – Earthy is just the right word.
Lola – Don’t think I’ve seen chard in the supermarket before. One of the reasons I decided to grow it.
Holler – The white chard is actually more tender than the rainbow one but I love the colours so much, this is what I grow. 🙂
DANG you are my gardening hero! love that chard, will have to put it on my list for next year. hubba hubba 🙂
That chard! Oh, my – almost too gorgeous to eat! The garden looks happy too.