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Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb

RhubarbThere’s a really nice article on Rhubarb on the Telegraph site (Family favourite given a foodies’ makeover), it’s interesting to consider how it’s become so fashionable. Personally I have mixed memories of it as a child, my siblings being very disparaging about it but I was generally a fan, particularly in a pie or a crumble. My dad always grew rhubarb but I’ve never tried so I might give it a go this year especially having seen this recipe for a one-crust Rhubarb pie by Delia Smith – very tempting!

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3 thoughts on “Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb”

  1. Carl Legge says:

    I’ve similar experience with rhubarb, not good as a child. We now grow our own and it’s changed my relationship with it :). It’s a great addition to roasted meats in a stuffing or as a side vegetable.

    I’ve a new recipe for a rhubarb polenta cake with ginger, cinnamon, cardamom & almonds that has been going down well Enjoy!

  2. I am growing some rhubarb, which is almost ready to eat. I haver been ‘forcing’ it this year. Pics are on my blog

  3. Celia says:

    I’m a fan! Fairly easy to grow, and wonderful in a crumble!

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