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Basic and Wonderful Rhubarb Syrup

  Rhubarb. The name can send sour shudders through you. But, thankfully, we live in the age of granulated sugar. From rhubarb you can get juice and syrup. Why bother? For topping ice cream, for making cocktails, for rhubarb syrup Bellini, for flavoring chiffon pie, … Okay? Lots of reasons. And, lots of recipes. I’m…

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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie for the Fourth of July from Ken Haedrich

Rhubarb is a funny word. “Getting into a rhubarb” is an old-fashioned yet common expression, one I have yet to find the origins of. Rhubarb has been cultivated for over 5,000 years, beginning in China where it began its life as a spice and medicine. Rhubarb, in the age of Marco Polo, was pricier than…

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