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    Rhubarb--just 'cause I like it!

    [Cover photo by flower7.] Eaten as a fruit, though technically it's not (it's a stalk).
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    I got this from a lady at bingo, who got it from a neighbor, etc ... I have never liked rhubarb. I LOVE these cookies!!

    Recipe #95022

    My mom was here today and we froze some fresh rhubarb. But this is what I'm going to make with the rest.

    Recipe #27635

    An unusual topping for vanilla ice cream. I like this one slightly spicy.

    Recipe #31241

    1 Reviews |  By Courtly

    I absolutely love smoothies and I bought a new smoothie book. Here is a recipe from it! Enjoy! Cooking time is blending time.

    Recipe #121231

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The grilled duck is glazed with a delicious rhubarb cherry glaze that has hints of orange. The flavors borrowed into the rice in which it is served on. This seems very complex but you can simplify by using butter or oil in place of the rendered duck fat, replace the stock with water, and by buying the duck in cut pieces.

    Recipe #93689

    10 Reviews |  By Bev

    With all the rhubarb lovers here I decided to post this recipe from Williams-Sonoma. If you prefer a thinner sauce, add a splash of white wine.

    Recipe #36510

    5 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Lentils may be substituted for the mung beans.

    Recipe #93971

    2 Reviews |  By Paddles

    This is a favorite of our family and the kids don't do many desserts!!! (I am considering having DNA run on them to make sure they are "my" children!!!) My mother-in-law shared this with me last year. We grow our own rhubarb and this is the only way I can get anyone else to eat someone with me. I will cut and freeze the rhubarb to have fresh on hand when the cherries come on. Then, I will pit and freeze cherries to use later after the season is over.

    Recipe #91634

    If you have a bit of extra time, then this is a rhurbarb dessert you should not pass up. The crust and streusel can be prepared a day ahead. I have made this many times for dinner parties, and it has never failed me yet, everyone love this!

    Recipe #139804

    We have 4 patches of rhubarb and always looking for new recipes to try and I have copied this recipe twice from magazines on 2 separate occasions so will post here to try this spring.

    Recipe #109315

    I got this off the net a long time ago. Source: The rhubarb Compendium. It’s very good--I make it every year.

    Recipe #104193

    Chill time is not estimated in for this soup.

    Recipe #28469

    My family requests this cake every spring as soon as they see the rhubarb peeking through the ground. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #167392

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Dates & rhubarb make a lovely combination. Serve for breakfast with a cinnamon bun or plain bagel. I like some French Vanilla yogurt on it MMmm

    Recipe #27606

    Spotting the Rhubarb patch in the garden whilst 'watering' the dog this morning I decided upon a unusual variant of a breakfast I make several times a week. I was especially hungry this morning but didn't want to bump up the calories as I've been pigging out on fruit scones much more than I should have for the last few days so I wanted to make it as big as possible, but harmlessly. I've also been making soda bread recently so ideas kind of gelled together. This was a really special sweet treat which just happened to fill the role of being a healthy breakfast that filled me up nicely, and kids young and old will adore it. I'm definitely doing it again. I called it a pudding because it really was like eating a delicious dessert pudding, but for breakfast!! - plus this would also be particularly nice set cold and firm and served with ice-cream or nonfat sweetened Greek-Style Yogurt (or cream?!). I imagine it would be miles better made with buttermilk but I didn't want to open any fresh cartons so I used dried milk as I don't keep or use fresh milk. This is very low in fat and calories (about 300 - 350 with quantities as listed using all the low fat and low sugar options) and is incredibly good for you as it contains lots of calcium, riboflavin, Vitamin C, minerals and a whole host of other good stuff. The fact that it tastes absolutely wonderful is a superb bonus! I expect it would re-size very easily although you might want to adjust sweetness if you did - but that's a personal taste thing anyway!

    Recipe #122055

    Recipe #2072

    all I can say is oh YUMMMY!

    Recipe #51944

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