Hardiness Zone: 4a
Lu from Parkers Pr. MN
Here are a couple of great rhubarb recipes to try. The first was taken from the New York Times. The second is an award-winning recipe from the Minnesota State Fair entered by former Minnesota resident Dorothy Coyle. It's from her book, "Dorothy Coyle's 10,000 Ribbons."
Mix and let stand overnight or several hours to bring out the juice. Combine 1 cup crushed pineapple with the rhubarb and sugar and bring to a boil. Dissolve 3 packages Raspberry or Strawberry Jell-O in the first mixture. Put into sterile jars and seal.
By Lu Seidl
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By diane from wisconsin (Guest Post)09/03/2006
We just transplanted Rhubarb this spring and again this August. Both are doing well.
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