Walnut and Chard Ravioli Salad Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | March 18, 2013

Walnut and Chard Ravioli

Walnut Ravioli, swiss chard, ravioli

I bought my first bunch of asparagus the other day. I know it’s not exactly the season yet, but they were so skinny and tender that I just felt the time was right, which means, increasingly so, that my dearest butternut is on its way out. At least for this year. Read More


Cranberry Bean Chili with Winter Squash and Swiss Chard Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | October 10, 2011

Photo: Joanne Bruno

Photo: Joanne Bruno

Vegetarians have to fend for themselves come fall.  Whereas summer is all about fresh, veggie-full clean eating…autumn cooking tends to be a practice in roasting as much meat as possible, topping it with bacon, and calling it breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  I’ve quickly come to realize that if you want to find a veg-friendly option at a potluck, football party, or Thanksgiving dinner, you’re going to have to make it yourself  (Or risk having to scrounge together a peanut butter and jelly sandwich from whatever your host happens to have in their cabinets.  And nothing is sadder than a PB+J on turkey day while everyone else is digging into the bacon-infused mashed potatoes that your father insists don’t have meat in them.)

Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered.  This cranberry bean chili with winter squash and swiss chard is the perfect dish to bring to any fall celebration that you happen to be attending.

Photo: Joanne Bruno

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Cornmeal Casserole with Black Beans, Swiss Chard, and Parmesan Recipe

By Madeleine Ignon | July 11, 2011

Photo: Madeleine Ignon

Photo: Madeleine Ignon

101 Cookbooks is among my favorite cooking blogs. Heidi Swanson’s vegetarian recipes are always inventive and the photography is beautiful. I found this recipe-a sort of polenta casserole cake-when I searched for things to do with cornmeal (besides make cornbread), and I made it for a dinner party. With only a few ingredients and a relatively short baking time, it falls under my favorite category of Easy/Cheap/Delicious. Read More

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