Spring on a northern homestead, what a wonderful time of year! Along with Asparagus and Jerusalem Artichokes, another early plant in our gardens in Rhubarb. Even just 2 Rhubarb plants will give you a large enough harvest to eat fresh, plus enough to do some preserving.
Here are 8 great ways to use and preserve Rhubarb (with help from some of my awesome gardening friends).
From sauces to jams, from wine to crisps, you’ll find something here to create! Come on over to Country Living and take a look.