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Thread: If you like rhubarb

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    Thanks for the links. I LOVE rhubarb, reminds me of my grandmother. She would make me rhubarb "sauce'
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    Rhubarb! thank you! I am now on a mission..... We are starting to harvest Rhubarb now.
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    I am making rhubarb sauce right now., Its on the stove. I bought a bit at the farmers market Saturday expensive for me ... I don't have room to grow it here wish I did but I did find a woman at the farmers market last year that makes strawberry/rhubarb jam. Not really sweet either & with chunks of rhrbarb. She has a customer for life here .... I had a spoonful to my yougart every morning. I love rhubarb.:-)

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    Thanks, I brought some different plants back from WV last yr. Some I'd never heard of before but it's supposed to be sweeter but then also some regular too. We were brought up with it; we'd just go out in the garden and get it and sprinkle salt on it. I was so happy this year when I saw my plants coming up. You are never sure here because we don't get really cold winters like it likes but so far so good. I'm excited.
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    A few rhubarb fans out there. I was very fortunate that in our family only my mother and I liked rhubarb. My grandparents grew it and when a pie came our way it only had to be shared two ways My grandmother made the best rhubard custard pie with meringue - and her meringue was always fluffy and perfect with just that kiss of tiny sugar beads. In 59 years I have never been able to make meringue like that.
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