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Lemony Swiss Chard

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Because chard stalks take longer to cook than the leaves, separate them using a knife -- the stalks go into the skillet first. Serve with our Goat Cheese "Ravioli."

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2008
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  • MS11455250
    11 FEB, 2009
    The zante curants are a great (and unusual) idea! My husband also hates chard so I'll give this a try. I can't get meyer lemons in Switzerland. Do you think a touch of sugar or honey would compensate for the tartness of a regular lemon?
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  • Anticiplate
    9 FEB, 2009
    I made this with meyer lemon juice and zante currants. My husband who HATES chard raved about it!
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  • Anticiplate
    9 FEB, 2009
    I made this with meyer lemon juice and zante currants. My husband who HATES chard raved about it!
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