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11 Rhubarb Recipes for Spring

By • May 12, 2014 • 5 Comments

Rhubarb is spring's biggest challenge and its best reward. On the heels of winter, its stalks emerge bitter and brittle, but no mind -- with a bit of coaxing, it turns sweet and inviting, like spring.

Soon enough, we realize that its tough exterior is just a ruse. Feisty rhubarb loves a stiff cocktail just as much as a tart dessert and a savory main course. It's up for anything -- because really, it's just as happy as you are that it's spring. To prove it, here are 11 rhubarb recipes to let loose with.

Roasted Rhubarb and Strawberries by Ladystiles

 

Rhubarb and Rose Ramos Gin Fizz by The Dog's Breakfast

 

Canal House's Pork Belly with Gingery Rhubarb Compote by Genius Recipes

 

Rhubarb Almond Crumb Cake by Bob Vivant

 

Rhubarb and Gin Sorbet with Rose Cream by yossy arefi

 

Cory Schreiber & Julie Richardson's Rhubarb Buckle with Ginger Crumb by Genius Recipes

 

Rhubarb Curd Shortbread by Rivka

 

Rye Shortcakes with Roasted Strawberries and Rhubarb by yossy arefi

 

Naughty Rhubarb Scones by Midge

 

Sparkling Rhubarb Lemonade by TheRunawaySpoon

 

Rhubarb with Earl Grey Tea, Cardamom, and Orange Zest by chez danisse

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Tags: rhubarb, spring, pie, crumble, buckle, ice cream, sorbet, compote

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3 months ago selena

I live in Dallas and cant find rhubarb anywhere! What gives? It used to reliably be in frozen foods. Fresh rhubarb here is a luxury in the hot south.

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4 months ago Shirley Marfia

Yum! I so love rhubarb and can't wait to try some of these recipes!

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4 months ago David Claytor

Stunning photography, as always.

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4 months ago Lizthechef

Thanks for the collection - my husband is a rhubarb fanatic and he will flip for some of these recipes.

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4 months ago Samuel Gerry

I absolutely love rhubarb, but because I'm on blood thinners I can't experiment much with it due to the high vitamin k content. I'll be sure to squeeze a few of these recipes into spring for my family and sneak an occasional taste.