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The words "rhubarb" and "pie" are so synonymous that it's no wonder rhubarb is also known as pieplant. But there's much more to be done with rhubarb than make a pie!

Rhubarb is delicious at breakfast, lunch, and dinner and in cakes, breads, desserts, jams, and more. And it's easy to grow and hardy. In this bulletin, you'll find expert tips on growing and buying rhubarb, as well as 38 fresh and delicious recipes that will inspire you to use rhubarb creatively. So grab a few stalks and get cooking--and eating!

Recipes include:
Rhubarb Nut Bread Chicken with Rhubarb Sauce Rhubarb-Cranberry Soup Easy Rhubarb Ginger Dessert Rhubarb-Strawberry Pie Rosy Rhubarb and Pineapple Jam Rhubarb-Orange Sauce
Published: Storey Publishing an imprint of Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9781603422697
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