chard chard  /ˈtʃɑrd/


  1. (n) beet lacking swollen root; grown as a vegetable for its edible leaves and stalks
  2. (n) long succulent whitish stalks with large green leaves


  1. I pick the Swiss chard and put it in the car.
  2. Try kale, Swiss chard or collard greens.
  3. A few Romagnoli dishes hot Swiss chard with olive oil, spareribs and sausages mired in thick sauce are the sort of thing only an Italian mama could love.


  1. Tehama County road closure planned

    The Tehama County Public Works Department has announced that San Benito Avenue, from Ramsayto East Chard, will be closed 7 a.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Red Bluff Daily News

  2. Wine of the Week: 2011 Chamisal Vineyards Stainless Chardonnay

    We first encountered this week's wine at one of our favorite new restaurants, one where nice twists on classic American comfort foods — like deviled eggs dressed up with smoked trout and crisped capers — invite pairing with uncomplicated wines and craft beers. The 2011 Chamisal Vineyards Stainless Chardonnay, an unoaked chard from …
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Tampa Bay Times

  3. Hewitt: Chardonnay market seeping into Oregon

    GRAPE SENSEBY HOWARD HEWITT Does the wine world need another great Chardonnay region? California has the great big buttery, woodsy Chards while Chablis brings the mineral and acid. There is virtually every style in between from regions across the globe.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Shelbyville News

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  1. "I crave a lot of greens when I'm pregnant," says Rutherford, 40, who's due to welcome her second child, a daughter, within days. "I love kale and chard, so I'll steam that and then I'll make an organic turkey burger."
    on Jun 1, 2009 By: Kelly Rutherford Source: People Magazine

  2. "I've got 20 family and friends around including 10 kids so I'm doing a free-range turkey, a goose, and a jerk ham," Oliver says. "Veg from the garden - turnips, Swiss chard, red cabbage, swede and leeks."
    on Dec 23, 2008 By: Jamie Oliver Source: Courier Mail

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