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Excerpt from Dreer's 1907 Garden Book
The Swiss Chard, or Spinach Beet, is largely grown in Europe, and is usually prepared for the table in the same man ner as Spinach sometimes, however, the mid-rib is prepared like asparagus, with drawn butter, and in either manner it makes a delicious and healthy dish. This new variety pro duces an abundance of large leaves which are beautifully crinkled, and the mid-rib is large. It cooks very tender. A row of Giant Lucullus Swiss Chard will furnish greens the whole summer long.
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bound: 230 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 15, 2017)
isbn: 1332951627, 978-1332951628,
weight: 11 ounces (