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Old Fashioned Rhubarb Recipes

Updated on June 24, 2014

Recipes with Rhubarb, Forgotten Treasure from the Garden

Is there a rhubarb plant, untended, unloved and uneaten in the bottom of your garden? Have you seen bunches of rhubarb for sale and wondered what to do with them?

Lots of people associate rhubarb with pies but there's a lot more to rhubarb than a pastry crust..

Rhubarb is an exciting sauce over chicken or seafood, gives spice to pancakes, zing to muffins and tart sweetness to a crepe. As jam it spreads on scones, as juice it gives a boost to white rum, and it's a heavenly sauce on ice cream.

And a garden just isn't a garden without a big clump of rhubarb.


Online Cooking Unit Conversion


  • 500 g - 1lb fresh rhubarb
  • 140 g - 5oz white sugar
  • 2 vanilla pods


  1. Get rid of all the leaves and the tougher bits on the bottom of the rhubarb. Chop the rhubarb into pieces about as long as your finger.
  2. Heat the oven to 200C - 400F -Gas 6.
  3. Put the rhubarb in a baking and top with the sugar.
  4. Run a knife through the centre of the vanilla pods and place them on top of the sugar.
  5. Cover the tin with foil and seal well. Cook for 20 minutes.
  6. Take it out of the oven but leave the foil on for another 10 minutes.
  7. Serve hot or cold.
5 stars from 1 rating of Basic Rhubarb recipe

Don't eat the leaves - only the stems

Rhubarb with Ginger and Honey

  • 2 cups chopped rhubarb
  • 1/4 cup crystallised ginger
  • tablespoon honey
  • 230 g / 8oz flour self-raising flour
  • 150 g / 5½oz brown sugar
  • 150 g / 5½oz butter


  1. Place your chopped rhubarb in a baking dish. Keep them to a shallow layer. Without adding any liquid, bake your rhubarb in a hot oven for about fifteen minutes.
  2. Cut up the crystallised ginger in very thin slices and put them in with the rhubarb. Bake a further five minutes, then stir in the honey.
  3. In small bowl, mix together butter, flour and sugar for a crumble. You can use your own crumble mixture recipe if you prefer Sprinkle over the rhubarb then bake a further 20 minutes

Rhubarb and Passionfruit Sauce

  • 2 stalks rhubarb
  • 1 and 1/2 tablespoons water
  • 40 g - 1 and 1/2 oz caster sugar
  • 1 large passion fruit


  1. Wash the rhubarb. Cut it into very small 1cm pieces
  2. Put in a pan with water and castor sugar
  3. Simmer for 4-5 minutes with the lid on
  4. Strain the juice from the passion fruit.
  5. When the rhubarb is cool, blend with the passion fruit juice. You can stir it in for a thicker texture or blend quickly in your food processor

Rhubarb Ice Cream Sundae

First cook your rhubarb!

What you need

25g - 1oz butter

25g - 1oz caster sugar

1 lime, zest and juice only

75g - 2¾oz cooked rhubarb, finely chopped

1 tsp chopped fresh mint

3 large scoops vanilla ice cream

50g - 1¾oz sultanas

50g - 1¾oz almonds, chopped

What you do

Melt the butter and sugar together with the lime juice and zest. Tip in the rhubarb and cook for three minutes. It should be soft and warm by then. Add the chopped mint and set aside to cool.

Spoon a scoop of the ice cream into the base of a tall glass. Sprinkle over a third of the sultanas and nuts, and a third of the cooled rhubarb. Repeat the layering until all ingredients are used up. Stick in a mint sprig and serve straightaway.

Peach and Rhubarb Dessert

My elderly neighbour gave me this recipe, basically a Crumble made with oats.

She suggested I could use tinned peaches if I had no fresh fruit, but I haven't seen a tin of peaches in a long time. They tend to be all exported these days.

Her recipe also contained real oats, not the pre-cooked kind, and directed that they be soaked overnight. So I've made a slight adjustment to the oats in the recipe here.

Serve this dish warm with vanilla ice cream.

Peach and Rhubarb Dessert Recipe

  • About 500g sliced peaches
  • About 500g sliced rhubarb
  • 1 1/2 cups fine sugar
  • 3 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 1/4 cups self-raising flour
  • 1/3 cup uncooked quick-cooking oats
  • 1/3 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup cold butter
  • cut into small pieces


  1. 1. Combine fruit, sugar and lemon juice in a medium bowl; add 1/4 cup flour, stirring well. Pour mixture into a 13- x-9-inch baking dish coated with a light cooking spray.
  2. 2. Combine oats, brown sugar, and remaining 1 cup flour in a small bowl; cut in cold butter with a fork or pastry blender until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Sprinkle mixture evenly over fruit filling.
  3. 3. Bake at 375° for 45 to 50 minutes or until bubbly.
  4. She says to serve this dish warm with vanilla ice cream.

Beautiful Baked Rhubarb - Video

This is a gorgeous recipe, clearly demonstrated.

Rhubarb and Strawberry Pie - Video

Now we finally get to the pie. This one will knock you out.

Rhubarb Cook Books

The Joy of Rhubarb: The Versatile Summer Delight (Fruits & Favorites Cookbooks)
The Joy of Rhubarb: The Versatile Summer Delight (Fruits & Favorites Cookbooks)

Rhubarb realliy is a joy!

Recipes for rhubarb sauces, salads, breads, chutney, jams, and lots more. You'll never wonder what to do with rhubarb again


Life's Little Rhubarb Cookbook

"Food snobs find it irresistible"

Life's Little Rhubarb Cookbook: 101 Rhubarb Recipes (Cooking at Its Best from Avery Color Studios)
Life's Little Rhubarb Cookbook: 101 Rhubarb Recipes (Cooking at Its Best from Avery Color Studios)

I love this cookbook. It's what started me out making rhubarb jams and sauces. Easy and exciting recipes.


How about you?

What do you (really) think of rhubarb?

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I an, for once, at a loss for words.I'm having a glass of sparkling red wine - sadly, not rhubarb wine - and smiling as I read all the lovely comments. I'm even on the official Squidoo Lens Of The Day!

Thank you to everyone!

March 12, 2009

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The rhubarb, ginger and honey mix is also delicious chilled, served with Greek yoghurt.

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    • mariacarbonara profile image

      mariacarbonara 4 years ago

      @Ruthi: I could never get past that tartness!

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      Ruthi 4 years ago

      I love rhubarb pie and I appreciate its tart flavor without adding strawberries and a whole bunch of sugar. I haven't tried rhubarb sauce with chicken and seafood but I sure will now that you've mentioned it.

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      MaggiePowell 4 years ago

      YUM I love Rhubarb... but I've never tried growing it. thanks for the recipes.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @WaynesWorld LM: that sounds like it would be great after dinner in the summer.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @raswook: ship some to me. i can not buy it here.

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      Leah J. Hileman 5 years ago from East Berlin, PA, USA

      We grew rhubarb at home growing up and used it many ways. These are fantastic recipes.

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      TheresaMarkham 5 years ago

      Fabulous Rhubarb lens! Adding it to my Rhubarb Christmas lens.

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      Helene-Malmsio 5 years ago

      I have a couple of rhubarb plants that produced really good crops this year, even now in winter I still get a few stems - love it, and this rhubarb recipes page!

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      Jennifer P Tanabe 5 years ago from Red Hook, NY

      When I was a child we had a rhubarb plant at the bottom of the garden - it flourished every year and we ate lots of rhubarb pies and crumbles, yum! Thanks for all these great recipes to try - after I buy some rhubarb! Angel blessed

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      Ann Hinds 6 years ago from So Cal

      Not only is it great to eat, It is a pretty landscape plant. It is my husband's favorite food so this is really helpful. Thanks

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      GypsyPirate LM 6 years ago

      My grandmother made rhubarb pies that I so loved growing up. What I wouldn't give to have that recipe.

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      Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

      Squid Angel Blessed!

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      Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

      I just planted rhubarb here at my B&B and can hardly wait until next year when I look forward to trying each of these recipes.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Everyone in my family loved a bit of rhubarb with a bit of custard. Oh lovely! Then my brother and sister developed an allergy. I think they grew out of it. Thanks for the lens.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Oh I am sooo guilty of not picking my rhubarb - I will put that right immediately all thanks to this inspirational lens.

      I made a rhubarband orange jelly once and it was lovely. I must try to find the recipe...

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      Julia M S Pearce 6 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      I love rhubarb,some great recipes here for some delicious desserts.Reminds me to plant some in the garden this coming Spring.

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      bames24 lm 6 years ago

      I have not tried rhubarb yet but after reading your lens, I am in the hunt for some

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      I like combining rhubarb and strawberries with a crumble top. My garden has 3 rhubarb plants and they reliably come up every year.

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      blanckj 6 years ago

      I have those books that are listed and I have had many of these recipes and I LOVE them! Thanks for sharing this delicious lens.

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      CherrrieB 7 years ago

      Thanks for sharing your rhubarb recipes. I am always looking for ways to use it myself and share with my garden group.

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      squid-janices7 8 years ago

      Congrats on the purple star!!

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      One of the things I like about returning to Minnesota is the sweet treats made of rhubarb. Rhubarb Crisp and ice cream. It doesn't get any better than that.

      Great lens

      Thanks for sharing


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      Moe Wood 9 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      Congratulations on the purple star!

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      enslavedbyfaeries 9 years ago

      Oh, yum!! I am reminded of the many summers I spent on my grandparents farm eating the most delicious homemade food. Beautiful lens! Congratulations on being blessed with a purple star. :)

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      Susan Deppner 9 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Purple goes nicely with rhubarb. Congratulations on the star!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Yummmmmm, Congratulations on your Purple Star Susanna! - Kathy

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      Whatnerve 9 years ago

      I love rhubarb pie, especially when it's a few days old and started to go runny. I'd love to grow some.

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      Tiddledeewinks LM 9 years ago

      The peach and rhubarb dessert looks delicious! I'll have to try it. I need to plant more rhubarb in my garden. I don't know where it disappeared to.

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      Ahmady LM 9 years ago

      Beautiful lens 5 stars. I love rhubarb since I was a child. A friend grows it and I harvested piles of it at Findhorn, Scotland, while on their work experience program in 2005.

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      michellepatelle 9 years ago

      Rhubarb Ice Cream Sundae??? Yum Yum. I want one right now.

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      The peach and rhubarb desert looks very yummy!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      My grandmother used to make strawberry rhubarb pies when I was a kid. I loved them! I used to eat rhubarb raw out of the garden. One day, I thought I had found a piece of rhubarb and bit into it. Yuk!!! It was NOT rhubarb. I have no idea what it was. I don't think I've tried to stick another piece in my mouth since that day. I would like to try making a pie for my husband. He has never had one.

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      AppalachianCoun 9 years ago

      This lens is great. We enjoyed all the recipes. Rhubard is a treat where we live.

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      LHinkle 9 years ago

      Oh my the Peach & Rhubarb Dessert looks yummy I'm adding that one to my recipe's tks!

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      squid-janices7 9 years ago

      Great lens! My husband is the baker in the family and he makes all sorts of rhubarb desserts when it is in season....muffins, pies, crisps. I love them all and best of all, I don't have to make them:) 5*

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      Barbara Radisavljevic 9 years ago from Templeton, CA

      I've made both rhubarb pie and rhubarb crisp. My dad grew rhubarb in the yard of the first house I remember. This spring I planted some and I'll just have to wait for it to grow. I do think it's a lovely ornamental plant, but I'm sure we will eat some when it's ready. I think I have to wait two years for the first real harvest.

      This is a lovely page and I can see why you get lens of the day.

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      JaniceLFox 9 years ago

      Rhubarb is one of our favorite summer time treats. Most people dislike the tart taste, but it is one of my families most anticipated pies. You've done a great lense...5 stars!

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      jim 9 years ago

      I don't eat much rhubarb other than in pies. I will need to try this out. The peach desert looks great.

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      Drinkingwater 9 years ago

      My children have been asking me to describe the taste of rhubarb. Thanks!

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      welldec lm 9 years ago

      This puts a whole new perspective on rhubarb. My only memories as a child are that I hated it. Maybe I'll give it a try again. I wonder could I grow some in sunny Queensland?

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      Jeff Wendland 9 years ago from Kalamazoo, MI

      I really need to do something with the rhubarb that comes up in my garden every year. Thanks for the inspiration.

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      jooloo 9 years ago

      We have always had rhubarb in the garden. We love it fixed any way, but especially with strawberries. My husband puts the sauce on his cereal, but I like it best as a sauce with meat or chicken. I copied your recipes and will try them. Thanks.

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      KimberlyDawnWel1 9 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD! As someone who has never cooked rhubarb, but loves it in a strawberry pie, I'll definitely be checking this out to learn how to get started!

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      Aquavel 9 years ago

      Growing up in the PA countryside, rhubarb was plentiful and my mother loved to whip up a pie made with fresh strawberries and rhubarb or a pie with fresh peaches and rhubarb. Great memories! It's been 25 years since I've eaten it. I haven't seen it in stores in CA but then again, I haven't been looking. I'm going to make it a point to go to "Whole Foods" and check. You've made me hungry for rhubarb. 5*s!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      I love rhubarb - glad to see your recipe ideas.

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      kimark421 9 years ago

      Not a fan of rhubarb, but definitely a fan of yours. (rhubarb on a sundae? That borders on sacrilegious) Great Lens and 5 stars.

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      Susanna Duffy 9 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      [in reply to KLemons22] what a glorious tribute

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Rhubarb crumble with custard is one of my fave deserts.. mmmm delish!

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      jura 9 years ago

      Great lens when i was young kid my grandma used to cook rhubarb soop.

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      KLemons22 9 years ago

      I planted Rhubarb in my garden last year in honor of my Great-Grandmother. She had it planted in her yard and I would help her pick it and then she would let me help in the kitchen to make fruit crisps. Rhubarb was the base but she would throw in what ever else was in season. I picked the first stalks 2 weeks ago and made a crisp with a mix of rhubarb, apples and dried cranberries. I am in love and my plants are doing great, can't wait till summer when the fruit trees start producing.

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      Genesis Davies 9 years ago from Guatemala

      I LOVE rhubarb, but haven`t had it in years since it`s not readily available here in Guatemala. Great lens, made my mouth water! 5*s!

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      vanillapud_vanillapod 9 years ago


      Great lens! My grandma used to cook some fabulous rhubarb tart and I had almost forgotten this great plant. Thanks for a tasty lens! xxx vanilla pud

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      oh my gosh this is a great lens!! and just yesterday i was thinking, i need to figure out how to cook rhubarb because i remember my grandma made this amazing rhubarb pie once and i always see it at the grocery store and want to know what to do with it. i am so going to favorite this lens and try out some of these recipes!! thanks for sharing.

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      From-the-Heart 9 years ago

      This brings back good memories of our rhubarb patch ,back growing up. My brothers would always inhale it plain!Beautiful lens!

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      BetsyWin 9 years ago

      My family loves rhubarb any way I cook it. For a snack, they love it spooned on top of a salteen cracker.

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      [in reply to WaynesWorld] I love this but with strawberries. It will make your tongue want to slap your brains out.

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      AlisonMeacham 9 years ago

      It is so difficult to find rhubarb in stores here in the US. Growing up in England though it was very easy to find. Now I am trying to grow some in containers in my garden.

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      Lamarena 9 years ago from Ireland

      Hi Susanna, your peach and rhubarb dessert recipe is absolutely delicious! I made it last Saturday and mmm... it was divine... my family just loved it, THANK YOU! ;) 5*****

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      Cheryl Kohan 9 years ago from Minnesota

      This is a great lens, Susanna. I love rhubarb, too, and have three rhubarb plants that we inherited when we moved to our present house. I've prepared rhubarb a dozen different ways but, believe it or not, all your recipes are new to me! More good stuff to try as soon as spring arrives in Minnesota!

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      Mountainside-Crochet 9 years ago

      Congratulations on LotD. Very interesting lens. I once lived in Iowa and found this 'stuff' growing in a forgotten garden at the house I rented and a neighbor told me it was rhubarb. I had NO idea what to do with it and wish this lens had been around then to advise me! BTW, outstanding pictures of rhubarb! Makes it look delicious. 5*

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Congratulations on lensof the day!

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      ElizabethJeanAl 9 years ago

      I love rhubarb. When I go up to Mn every summer, I help my mother process and freeze a bunch of it. She makes this juice that's out of this world. Rhubarb Crisp and ice cream is another favorite.

      Congratulations on Lens of the Day


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      WaynesWorld LM 9 years ago

      [in reply to WaynesWorld]

      Also I forgot, my mom made homemade rhubarb wine before I was born. During one batch she noticed that the old laundry tub seemed to allow a large amount of evaporation. Well after studying the situation for a time she caught my 3 oldest sisters "dipping". She said of all the fruits, rhubarb made the most delightful wine.

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      WaynesWorld LM 9 years ago

      My mom would make a Rhubarb Crisp, probably the same as an Apple Crisp just with rhubarb. Delicious.

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      Susanna Duffy 9 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      [in reply to adventuresinautism] Don't eat the leaves - only the stems

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      adventuresinaut 9 years ago

      Wonderful lens on Rhubarb. I have never had it before. My mother said my great uncle used to love strawberry rhubarb pie, and rhubarb preserves, and my great grandmother would make it for him all the time. I've heard there are parts of the rhubarb plant that are poisonous. Is that true?

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      WhitU4ever 9 years ago

      Susanna-love! Congrats on LotD! I LOVE Rhubarb... thanks for the recipes. Best always ~ Whit

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      roysumit 9 years ago

      Great lens and nice recipes. Sure I am going to try some. Congrats on LOTD and 5*****s.

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      Susanna Duffy 9 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      [in reply to TylaMac] But I'm also in an area with hot summers and heavy clay soil! (I'm in Australia) I still get nice rhubarb

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      Tyla MacAllister 9 years ago

      Unfortunately rhubarb won't grow in my Southern garden with its hot summers and heavy clay soil. I have only eaten it a few times and it was delicious! Every now and then I am able to find a frozen strawberry rhubarb pie and it's so good that I really wish I could make one from scratch. I hope you northern gardeners appreciate this delicacy. Congrats on LOTD!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD, Susanna. I love rhubarb, but have never cooked with it. You gave some great recipes and ideas here. Favoriting this for sure!

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      JenOfChicago LM 9 years ago

      Reminds me of my grandma's strawberry rhubarb pie!

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      TopStyleTravel 9 years ago

      Great info on rhubarb. Never knew it had so many uses. The pictures look so yummy. Congrats on Lens of the Day and the Top 100!

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      Vitruvian-man 9 years ago

      Nice lens, never knew this could be used in all these different ways,

      Thank you

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      Deb Kingsbury 9 years ago from Flagstaff, Arizona

      Congrats on making LOTD! You definitely deserve it. And speaking of rhubard, we used to grow and sell it at a farmer's market in Connecticut, and many of our customers would ask, "What do you DO with rhubarb, anyway? Just make pies?" So we started making things with it and bringing samples for tasting, along with recipes. We even made up our own concoction of "rhubarb ade" (like lemonade but ... you guessed it! With rhubarb instead of lemons). Soon afterwards, we started selling out of rhubarb within ten minutes of the market opening each Saturday.

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      operasinger 9 years ago

      Great lens! My mom makes a mean rhubarb cobbler. It's great to find other receipes because every year she says she should look for more. 5 Stars!

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      StopPanicAttacksNow 9 years ago

      Great lense! 5***** from me! Brings back memories of my moms strawberry/rhubarb pie. My grandpa grew it out on Eastern Long Island and we would go out there in the summer and we would pick it for my mom to use in pie. Delicious!

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      mark_davies 9 years ago

      Wow what a great lens, I am gonna plant some rhubarb this year!


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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Rhubarb! Such fun. Memories of Grandma and sitting on the back porch with a shaker of salt. Don't report me to the Heart & Stroke people. Grandma wasn't a pie maker though. Her rhubarb went into sauce...on ice cream. Yummy! Alas, my rhubarb is in two neighbors yard as my last little nub couldn't withstand the fence building. Not to fear. This year I'll get some back and start anew.

      Congratulations on lens of the day! Talk about a 'pick me up' after a weary day. Terrific!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD, yummeeee lens, I love rhubarb too! - Kathy

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      ThomasC 9 years ago

      My Granny had a rhubarb plant in her yard and made all kinds of great tasting recipes from it! But I haven't ate any since my childhood! Congrats on LOTD 5 stars and an Angel Blessing!


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      Liam Tohms 9 years ago

      This page from the Times of London is great reading for Rhubarb lovers everywhere:

      You've certainly got me in the Rhubarb mood, I'll have to have a crumble and custard at the weekend.

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      Liam Tohms 9 years ago

      How interesting. I used to live near the Rhubarb Triangle (not quite as famous as it's Bermuda counterpart).

      This nine square miles of England produce 90% of the world's forced rhubarb crop.

      I love the stuff.

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      Missmerfaery444 9 years ago

      Rhubarb is delicious! I adore rhubarb crumble with custard especially :o)

      Want to try growing my own next year. Great lens!

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      EelKat13 9 years ago

      we grow our own rhubarb and strawberries, and of course I make pies and cobblers out of them! I love rhubarb, it's one of my fave fruits.

      Great lens.

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      Monica Ranstrom 9 years ago

      I grew up eating rhubarb sauce, pie, and my dad even made rhubarb wine. Love it! Thanks for the fun lens.

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      khacopeland 9 years ago

      Awesome page! My mother has a rhubarb plant in her yard, and she has been making rhubarb crunch every summer since I was a little girl! It's a wonderful indulgence with vanilla bean ice cream on a warm summer evening! I'll have to show her this page...maybe she can try out some other recipes as well! Great job!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Great article, I am gonna plant some rhubarb this year!

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      Sherry Venegas 9 years ago from La Verne, CA

      Top notch LOTD.

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Ok, now my mouth is watering for some yummy pie (NO strawberries please), or a rhubarb sundae, or cobbler, etc. I'll have to wait for months for our own backyard crop! I'll pass on your sw-e-e-e-t recipes to my sis in law, the real pastry cook around here. ;-) 5* on a neat lens!

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      bobtyndall 9 years ago


      Great lens. I love stewed rhubarb and strawberries. I also love rhubarb pie.

      5 stars

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      bdkz 9 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD!

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      Frankie Kangas 9 years ago from California

      What a great lens. I've never tried rhubarb. Mainly because I didn't know how to fix it. Well, I do now and am anxious to try some of you delicious-sounding recipes. 5 stars, favorite and I'm a FAN! Bear hugs, Frankster aka Bearmeister

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      piedromolinero 9 years ago

      I love rhubarb. Congrats on the LotD. It is well deserved.

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      ROretired 9 years ago

      I love rhubarb and am planting some this Spring in my new garden. thanks for the great ideas, but I just can't eat it raw anymore. just can't do it haha rhubarb bars and cake are my favorite with ice cream topping. nice lens and it's fun to read. come see mine about Ellie Mae my wonderful parrot. have a good day

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Hooray you got Lens of the Day - well practically lens of the year so far for 2009!!!! I am so pleased for you. I LURVE rhubarb. I used to grow it, one of my fav recipes is for a rhubarb and orange jelly dessert type thingy. I must look it out sometime!!!

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      julieannbrady 9 years ago

      Stopped by to congratulate you on LOTD for Rhubarb -- Yes, I too LOVE Rhubarb -- but see that I already was here: "Ah, we have something in common -- it's red and sometimes tart -- oh, it's rhubarb! Yep, I too have a lens on how much I love Rhubarb -- as does my buddy Cheryl -- she's done some pies. Great to find another rhubarb lover. 5***** Hey, we can call ourselves the Rhubarb Gals! Posted September 24, 2008"

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      Dianne Loomos 9 years ago

      Kudos on LOTD! I'm a rhubarb purist. It must be just rhubarb and NO strawberries!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Oh I find myself wanting some rhubarb right about now. Yummy lens! Congratulations on LOTD, wow! I beat your are very pleased, and well deserved. :) - Susie

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      Delia 9 years ago

      OMG this is great! I have lived in this house for 20yrs. and it has 6 huge rhubarb plants that I only used once...funny all the Rhubarb disappears...hmmm my neighbors, but rather they eat it and not get wasted... this year I will use it with these recipes....5*


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