Chard

How To : Cut and cook swiss chard efficiently

Swiss chard comes into season over the next few months, meaning the leafy green vegetable will be deliciously ripe, crunchy, and tasty. Take advantage of this in-season veggie by throwing it into your next dish. But before you cook swiss chard it's important to know how to pr ...more

How To : Harvest swiss chard

Tom Cole shows how to harvest swiss chard properly. Tom harvests in late spring to early autumn. Harvesting them in the cool hours of the morning is key in this short and simple video. Harvest swiss chard. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Cook healthy swiss chard with salmon

Swiss chard is definitely not one of the best known leafy green vegetables. Far overshadowed by its cousin, spinach, and its distant relative, arugula, swiss chard often gets overlooked but the teeming green leaves promise incredible flavor if you add them to your cooking. If ...more

How To : Choose an oaky California Chardonnay

Gary tackles oaky, over the top Chardonnay’s. Watch today and see how Gary reviews these three Chards: 2004 Ramey Hudson Chardonnay , 2004 Robert Young Alexander Valley Chardonnay , and 2003 Newton Unfiltered Chardonnay. He also gives a great overview of choosing wine glasses ...more

How To : Make fresh vegetable wraps with rainbow chard

Looking for a healthy whole-food appetizer? In this clip, you'll see how to make delectable veggie wraps using rainbow chard. It's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about five minute ...more

How To : Cook greens chards that everyone will love

This how-to video will show you how to cook fabulous greens that everyone will love. This white chard recipe works great with just about any type of sauce that you are going to prepare. Watch and learn how to cook wilted white chard without taking out all the flavor. For this ...more

Your Fridge : You're Using It Wrong

When you come home from the grocery store, you probably put away every single fruit and vegetable in the bins and drawers in your refrigerator. Any fifth grader knows that fridges work to preserve food, thus everything should go in there, right? Nope! Chances are, you've been ...more

Trash Talk : 5 Food Scraps You Should Not Be Throwing Away

A few years ago I went hog-wild trying to achieve a zero-waste lifestyle. I didn't succeed, but the experiment taught me that we throw away things we could—and should—be using more. In ye olde days of our forefathers, people generally used every part of the animal in cooking. ...more

How To : When You Can't Sleep, Eat This

Being able to sleep deeply and fully is one of the foundations for real health. When you go without it, you feel subhuman and incapable of dealing with the world—just ask a student who's had to pull an all-nighter or the parents of a newborn. In fact, many studies have shown t ...more

How To : Cook Dried Beans in 1 Hour Flat

When given the choice between canned and dried beans, many of us are guilty of reaching for cans. They're much more convenient than investing 5-6 hours of your time to make dried beans edible. Unfortunately, while canned beans are convenient, they're certainly not better. The ...more

How To : Make Beautiful, Insta-Worthy Buddha Bowls

The yogis of the internet have started a wonderful food trend that has everyone wanting to eat healthy—gorgeous buddha bowls. Okay, so maybe not everyone, but a lot of people are definitely entranced by these beautiful, multicolored meals. Buddha bowls, also known as rainbow ...more

How To : Blanch spinach by heated skillet or boiling water

Blanching is the heating process for prepping foods for freezing or further cooking. Blanching spinach is one of the easiest things you could possibly do in the kitchen. One method of spinach blanching is to simply put the spinach in a dry skillet. As it cooks, the water cooks ...more

How To : Deal with spindly seedlings

The Survival Podcasting present how to handle leggy or spindly seedlings that have grown too fast. Potted swiss chard seedlings are used as examples. The seedlings are growing well but are a bit floppy or spindly. This happens because the warmth from being started indoors enco ...more

How To : Sauté greens

Fresh sautéed spinach will help wash the taste of 14 consecutive nights of pizza out of your mouth. You will need: 1 lb of greens of your choice (spinach, chard, broccoli, rabe, kale, etc.) 2 to 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 to 3 cloves garlic 2 to 3 tablespoons water or chicken b ...more

How To : Start a fire with char cloth

This video shows the viewer how to start a fire using char cloth and a fire steel. Char cloth is a fabric which burns/smolders very slowly. This makes it very useful for starting fires. The video suggests gathering dried grass. The smoldering chard cloth should then be placed ...more

How To : Make a layered salad for your pet bird

Your bird will dive right into this layered goodness with this salad. Yes birds love seeds, but they also love salad. Follow along in this cooking or birds how-to video to learn how to prepare this layered salad. The layers 1. Chopped greens, which are varied each week. Optio ...more

News : More Unreleased goodies discovered

Our friends over at FarmvilleFeed discovered a bunch of unreleased items that may be included in the upcoming Swiss theme. Here's a quick glimpse of them, but you can follow the links to find out more! These item(s) are not guaranteed to be released, just a sneak peak. UNREL ...more

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