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Last Chard Gratin, dog camp — 5 Comments

  1. I’m here! I’m back! I’m in a house of my own with internet again. I’ve missed everyone.

    This Chard looks delicious! (lots of exclamation points, I know, but I’m just so happy to be home and online again) and where we’ve moved to, until I can do a garden of my own, they actually have wonderful things like this at the market. So I can make this. Have you ever made it with Kale?

    We have Dobermans. We left our big red one (who has since passed) at the kennel once. When they left him the first night, he was quietly sleeping in his kennel. When they came in the next morning, he was quietly sleeping on the couch in the outer waiting room. He’d eaten through the bars of the kennel and chewed the handle off the door to the outer area.

    We never left him anywhere again…

    I’ve missed your posts.

  2. nightsmusic, we had a neighbor that was called home from vacation to remove their barking dog. By the time they got there the dog was too hoarse to bark. Welcome to your new house! How wonderful to get settled again.

    Zoomie, no guilt from these two – they were happy to be there…. traitors LOL

  3. I am catching up on all my emails of the past week. This is a link shared by my son and it has become a family favourite. Chillies sold here tend to be generic so I guess at strength and not sure if dried red pepper flakes are hot or sweet – I adjust for our heat preference and add finely diced fresh sweet red pepper for colour and flavour. If it is intended as a main course I add cubed salmon, fish or thinly sliced chicken breast and serve on noodles – delicious!!!! That will have to wait until next year when I am firmly back on my feet again

    http://wegottaeat.com/wegottaeat/recipes/spicy-swiss-chard-with-miso-and-ginger