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    Does anyone have any recipes that use rhubarb? I've got a glut of it, and am getting bored of crumble!

    One idea I'm going to try for breakfast over the weekend is stewed rhubarb, yogurt, oats & honey

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    I love rhubarb and have been wanting grow it for ages..
    This just looks so lovely.....https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-...inis-1.1700084
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    ... and if you are feeling more adventurous..... Rhubard Yogurt Fool


    https://www.deliaonline.https://www....b-yoghurt-fool

    https://www.deliaonline.com/ingredient/rhubarb
    Last edited by margaret; 22-04-2020 at 09:14 PM.
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    That looks a great drink, Margaret.

    Rhubarb's easy to grow. When I planted mine (during the winter), I prepared the patch by digging in some well rotted horse muck, made sure it was well mixed in with the soil, planted the crown, covered it over & gave it a good soaking. You shouldn't harvest it during the 1st year of growth so it can establish itself. I also 'feed' it with with a load of rotted horse muck each winter.

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    My only repertoire with rhubarb would be crumbles, pies or just stewed rhubarb served with cream or custard. It's been a long time since I've used it.
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