This recipe uses the colorful “rainbow chard” with its red, yellow, and orange stems. This is a wonderful dish for kids, who love its sweetness and bright colors.

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Chard with Raisins and Almonds
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  1. In a pan or using your oven broiler, toast the almonds.
  2. Wash the chard, but do not dry it. Cut the leaves away from the stems, stack several of them in a neat pile, and roll the leaves up like a cigar. Slice crosswise to shred the leaves. Then cut the stems into ½-inch pieces.
  3. In a large pan, cook the chard stems in the water for about 4 min- utes; add the leaves and cook until they turn tender, 5 to 8 minutes. Stir in the apple juice and raisins, heating them thoroughly.
  4. Top the chard with the butter and almonds, and toss lightly. Serve at once.
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— Ruth Charles, Featherstone Farm CSA member

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