Don't ask us how to pronounce it! My guess is tart-oh-bley. Please correct me if I'm wrong and save me the embarrassment of having people over for an elegant feast of tart-oh-bley. Swiss chard and apples work very well together. Even just lightly baked in olive oil, the two make a wonderful combination. Toss them both in a green smoothie or a salad for some extra color and flavor too.
This recipe from Urban Cookery looks quite scrumptious and would make for an ideal Mother's Day brunch! With ingredients like swiss chard, apples, gouda and rum, you can't go wrong.