This is one of those waistline-friendly recipes that tastes great and you can pull together and cook in 15 minutes. Even if you don’t have Swiss chard, you can use spinach or any leafy green – but Swiss chard remains my favorite. Besides, I’ve still got a nice crop growing in the garden and waiting to be used. This is hardly a recipe though. Start out with a raw Swiss chard leaf and remove the thickest part of the rib. Set that aside for another recipe. Those ribs are great in a soup or gratineed in a casserole. Then place a chunk of raw fish on the leaf. I used halibut but I could see this with cod, or sea bass or even large scallops – any thick-fleshed fish. Sprinkle with salt and pepper before beginning the wrap and add some herbs – dill, thyme or parsley are good choices. Start wrapping the fish around one part of the leaf, continuing with the other half of the leaf. Don’t worry if you accidentally cut it all the way through while cutting out the rib. Just fold the leaves around the fish and continue rolling. It should looks something like this when you’re finished wrapping: Steam for about 5 minutes or until done. Serve with lemon or your favorite sauce. Here it’s served with my mango salsa.