Rhubarb: The Unsung Hero of the Spring Garden |14 Recipes|

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Many years ago my father-in-law was perplexed and then soon elated when he discovered a hearty, leafy green growing in his garden.  He didn’t remember planting anything there, but soon realized that this large plant was one of his favorite vegetables – rhubarb.  Rhubarb, of which ONLY the stem or stalk is eaten, is a very acidic perennial vegetable which lends itself to mixing with berries.  The most popular concoction is made with strawberries. Although making a rhubarb applesauce is also good.   This ‘fruity’ vegetable is absurdly easy to grow. Click here to learn how best to select and care for this versatile veg.

If you love sweet-tart treats you’ll love the flavor of rhubarb.

Here are some great recipes to take advantage of this unsung hero of the Spring garden –

1. Check out How to Cook a Delightful Rhubarb Snack by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

2. Check out How to Make the Best Rhubarb Crumble by Ida Nygaard on Snapguide.

3. Check out How to Make a Rhubarb + Apple Crumble by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

4. Check out How to Make Rhubarb Heaven by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

5. Check out How to Make Rhubarb Marmalade by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

6. Check out How to White Chocolate Rhubarb Crumble by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

7. Check out How to Pick Fresh Rhubarb & Bake “Rhubarb Crunch” Dessert by Rollie Brandt on Snapguide.

8. Check out How to Make Rhubarb Strawberry Compote by Kathy Gori on Snapguide.

9. Check out How to Make a Rhubarb Cake With Oat Topping by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

10. Check out How to Make Rhubarb Icecream by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

11. Check out How to Make Rhubarb Marzipan Cake by Karen Larard on Snapguide.

12. Check out How to Make Strawberry Rhubarb Balsamic Crumble by Margaret McKellar on Snapguide.

13. Check out How to Bake a Rhubarb, Bourbon and Brown Butter Custard Tart by Sunny Flemingo on Snapguide.

14. Check out How to Make Plum & Raspberry Cake by Karin Siöö on Snapguide.

Which recipe do you think you’ll try? Have fun experimenting with this tart “fruity” veggie!

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