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    [Cover photo by flower7.] Eaten as a fruit, though technically it's not (it's a stalk).
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    This is another terrific recipe from one of the cookbooks my wonderful friend and swap partner Tammie sent to me in the February 2009 Cookbook Swap. The book is called "The San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market Cookbook" and it features wonderful recipes as well as a lot of information on fruit and vegetables as well as organic farming. Its great! The Cake itself has a wonderful crunchy yet doughy crust and a tasty filling. Its easy to make and quite quick, too. I used frozen rhubarb and thats why I had quite a lot of juices in the dish, but if using fresh that should be no problem at all.

    Recipe #362308

    This was printed a few summers ago in the Montreal Gazette. They had found it on epicurious.com. One of these I'm going to try rhubarb, because I've been itching to try it since I found this recipe.

    Recipe #219811

    I thought I had lost my recipe forever, when while packing to move, I FOUND IT!!!!!!! I was THRILLED!!!!! This is a very SWEET pie, gotta warn ya!!! LOL!!! If you prefer a sweet-tart concoction, you'll want to decrease the amount of sugar, but this is the ONLY way I'll even TOUCH rhubarb! Everyone who has tried my pie absolutely loves it, even the ones that SWEAR they won't eat rhubarb!! (This is my very own recipe.) **I once tried making it with frozen rhubarb and it did NOT work! It came out runny, so I do not recommend using anything but fresh rhubarb! (I don't think frozen strawberries would work, either.Just use fresh only.)Hope you enjoy my pie!!! Really good with vanilla ice cream, too! ;)

    Recipe #217863

    I haven't tried this recipe yet, but I hope to soon!

    Recipe #173932

    I took a LOL recipe and made it healthier and cut out most of the fat and sugar. I only grow green rhubarb, and I assume they would look prettier with red. These were very moist and slightly tart. I like them very cinnamony; if you don't, cut the cinnamon in the batter in half.

    Recipe #167996

    The Jewish Holiday Cookbook by Joan Nathan. This is a cold soup, so will need chill time.

    Recipe #153847

    So simple and delicious! A great way to use up all that rhubarb in your garden. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #135124

    Lovely refreshing dessert. You can leave out the ginger if you are not a fan or serve it separately. Serve with whipped cream and/or ice cream or with custard. Can be made on the stove top too in less than half an hour. I never use cornstarch to thicken it, but feel free to do so.

    Recipe #128315

    A weird mixture I decided to try last night fully expecting it would taste horrible. My reaction was 'wow!'. It's really good! It's also seriously low-calorie, low fat, low sugar etc. It's kind of like rhubarb, strawberry and ginger pie or flan with cream topping, but so very much healthier and an awful lot quicker! Do give it a go - maybe it'll wow you too! (I've had it four times today already!)

    Recipe #127432

    A light and refreshing end to a summer meal. cool rhubarb sherbet topped with Fresh crushed strawberries in a strawberry sauce.

    Recipe #123193

    This is a yummy pie that is so easy to make, just a few steps. It's nice to take to pot lucks or church events because it is so different. From the Company's Coming Cookbook series. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #101988

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I was served this wonderful dessert at a friend's house for dinner and asked him to please let me have the recipe so I could post it here - It is a Julia Child! I love it because of the texture and not overly sweet. He used sour cherries instead of the rhubarb. You may use your favorite Jam or preserves instead of the rhubard. It really is easy to make if you follow the instructions.

    Recipe #101451

    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

    5 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Lentils may be substituted for the mung beans.

    Recipe #93971

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A take off of Vietnamese fresh spring rolls that are little self-contained salads-to-go -- crisp raw veggies and lots of minced fresh herbs, along with cooked shrimp, pork, fried tofu but in this recipeI used ingredients called for in the RSC contest all neatly wrapped up in a deliciously chewy-soft, rice paper that you eat with your hands. They’re delicious, refreshingly cool, and fun to make as a group so each can place what they want into them. Perfect for a light summer meal, or hors-d’oeuvre. Being posted for the RSC contest. Which you needed to use the ingredients posted in the contest to make the recipe. Can be double very easily. Is served with 2 sauces both very different from each other and each complementing the duck. Rice paper rounds and rice vermicelli that are two of the essentials for this recipe so go ahead a alter this to add the vermicelli. Bean threads/bean vermicelli can be used in it's place.

    Recipe #93513

    When creating this recipe, I tried to imagine something that might be served in a fancy Bed & Breakfast place or at a brunch. Although this looks fancy, it is really simple to prepare. Recipe makes about 10-12 medium sized pancakes,or about 2-3 pancakes per serving.

    Recipe #93241

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    This tea has an intense fruity flavor with just a hint of herbally sage. Great with a piece of lemon added.

    Recipe #93038

    I was looking for something to do with my rhubarb one day and my friend gave me this recipe of her grandmother's. It's a little sweet, and sour. I think it's better than the traditional, Strawberry rhubarb pie. My family loves it.

    Recipe #91819

    If you just like the taste of rhubarb, you will love this.No extra addeds, just rhubarb and enough sugar to sweeten.

    Recipe #91767

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