- Any of several plants of the genus Rheum, especially R.
- Rhubarb. Introduction.
- STRAWBERRY RHUBARB CRISP Thanks to Kay Hughes for this
- A Year of Food Life. Barbara Kingsolver with Steven L. Hopp and Camille Kingsolver.
- Rhubarb Production in California
- Rhubarb and pieplant are common names for Rheum rhabarbarum L.
- Strawberry Rhubarb Crunch
- The original recipe was for ALL rhubarb, but there were strawberries around the weekend she made it, and a strawberry-rhubarb combination is one of my favorites.
- In the Bins: The redder the rhubarb, the sweeter
- Rhubarb dates to ancient China, where records from 2700 BC indicate it was cultivated for medicinal purposes. Rhubarb is a weird fruit-vegetable conundrum. Often mistaken as a fruit, rhubarb is really a vegetable and a close relative to garden sorrel.
- Norwegian Rhubarb Cake
- Stir in the rhubarb. Pour into the prepared pan. Combine the remaining 1 tbsp.
- Sweet shop thief meets a sticky end in Rhubarb and Custard trap
- They have dubbed their sting 'Operation Rhubarb and Custard'. Mr Hutton said: "At every stage there were little traps, things that would tell us exactly where he was and what he was doing.
- It's 'knot' bamboo and we don't want it
- By Christine Scott - Campbell River Mirror Rhubarb fans are putting away the last of this summer's crop, and whatever didn't go into muffins, crisps, jams, or syrup, is safely frozen for a mid-winter treat.
- Welcome | The Rhubarb Compendium
- Everything you ever wanted to know about rhubarb, including more than 300 rhubarb recipes.
- Rhubarb - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Rhubarb is a group of plants that belong to the genus Rheum in the family Polygonaceae.
- Rhubarb - Vegetable Directory - Watch Your Garden Grow
- Recipe for rhubarb and strawberry topping to use on baked goods, fruit or yogurt. Also information on successfully growing it in your garden.
- Growing Rhubarb in the Home Garden, HYG-1631-04
- Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum L.) is a cool season, perennial vegetable, grown for its leafstalks that have a unique tangy taste used for pies and sauces.
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