Beautiful Bok Choy!
Lettuce ready to eat!
Good Green Chard!
Harvesting the good greens was an exciting and definitely a Green Healing day. I’d love to tell you more about our most recent horticultural gatherings, but today, I get to be with my family.
I’ll leave you with the images and a great recipe that a Horticulture Therapy Intern, whom I am deeply grateful to have met and know, gave to me. I hope you’ll try it! If you do and can, please come back and tell me if you liked it. Also, if you have any ‘Green Healing’ recipes to share, I would love that.
A delightful and easy recipe for Chard:
2 tbsp butter
2 tbsp olive oil (or coconut oil)
1 tbsp minced garlic (or more)
1 bunch of Swiss Chard
stems and leaves separated
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
pinch of salt
Melt butter and Olive oil
Stir in garlic and onion (30 seconds)
add stems ’til soft (5 minutes)
add leaves ’til tender
add lemon juice
sprinkle with Parmesan
Thanks for visiting Green Healing Notes! Have a Blessed Day.
- Swiss chard with walnuts, garlic, and lemon (saffronandhoney.com)
- Chard and Spinach Pesto (mykitcheninprovence.wordpress.com)