Tag Archives | rhubarb
Grow it in a pretty pot!
What’s in a name? Naming a restaurant Rhubarb is mighty courageous. We think it’s grand—menu item Rhubarb Glazed Duck Confit —rates a double yummy! John Fleet is our guy too!
Stir all ingredients together in a Pyrex baking square and in 30 minutes you have a special breakfast treat. Makes 6 servings. 2 cups fresh or 2 heaping cups frozen rhubarb, cut into ½” chunks 1/3 cup sugar 1 apple, skin on cut into ½” chunks (about 1 1/3 cups) 1 Bosc pear, skin on, […]
No need for pectin, powdered or liquid with this quick-fix marmalade— just rhubarb, sugar and lemon. The taste is lovely— sweet and tart with a shiny appearance. All citrus skins contain pectin and some commercial products are even made from them. Great on warm biscuits for breakfast. For a quick parfait dessert, layer 3-Ingredient Rhubarb […]
In Mexican cuisine, pico de gallo relish is a fresh uncooked condiment made from chopped tomato, onion, and sometimes chilies. Pico de gallo is actually Spanish for “rooster’s beak,” perhaps a reference to the shape of hot chilies or to the red color of tomatoes. Diane was quite excited to find how well rhubarb substituted […]