The rhubarb is ready (and we have LOTS in the LE kitchen). But what am I going to do with all of this rhubarb? Here are some recipes to help you and I both bust our rhubarb stash! Because I’m baking impaired, I’ve tried to add recipes that are beginner friendly or don’t involve much (or any) baking!
First things first, be sure to clean your rhubarb well, remove the leaves (they’re poisonous) and if your rhubarb has a tough outer skin, peel it! Remember too, rhubarb can be frozen! Cut it into 1 inch chunks, put it into a freezer bag, and it will keep for a year (or until next year’s harvest is ready). Continue reading