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The Joy of Rhubarb: The Versatile Summer Delight

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Rhubarb’s sweetly old-fashioned stalk, with a pucker-sour side, tastes like summer. It can be used alone in recipes, and it blends brightly with most fruits. This spirited vegetable (it’s not a fruit) is for more than just pies—there are many ways to include it in a variety of recipes. Acclaimed cookbook author Theresa Millang presents more than 200 of her favorite recipes ...more
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Published March 9th 2004 by Adventure Publications (first published March 1st 2004)
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I never knew there could be so many recipes for rhubarb! We have tried the rice pudding, pinwheels, custard cookie bars and a strawberry-rhubarb tart -- all are delicious. There are many unique recipes such as rhubarb catsup, pickles and zucchini-rhubarb pie. There's something for everyone who likes rhubarb.
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