Char Roasted Butternut Squash & Garlic Swiss Chard (Harvested) ─ ByronTalbott

It's amazing to think that so many of the things we love to eat come from a big stinky pile of dirt for the most part. The last year or so I've had the privilege to be able to start my own compost pile and even got to grow a few ingredients with it! Radishes, squash, and Swiss chard are among the very few, but even with that Ive been able to learn a ridiculous amount about the ingredients and the process they go through to become a legitimate kitchen ready product. I hope you guys try these recipes out for your friends and family! ENJOY!

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Swiss chard:
2 bunches of multi-colored Swiss chard
3-4 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp chopped garlic tops or cloves
1 lemon
Chile de Arbol & 1/4 cup olive oil
salt to taste

Butternut Squash:
1 large butternut squash
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp honey
1 tsp picked thyme leaves
salt and pepper to taste

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