Strawberry rhubarb pie is one of the first home grown pies you can make in the spring and early summer, but with the tartness of rhubarb it’ll need some added sugar. If you’re cutting back on refined sugars, try sweetening it with maple to add flavor as well as enough sweetness to balance out the […]
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 […]
Rhubarb is one of the earliest producers in Spring. It’s very easy to grow and it is a perennial, meaning that you plant it once and it will come up year after year. Many people get 20 years worth of harvest off of a single rhubarb plant. That is a great return on your investment. […]
Learn how to plant, grow, harvest and preserve rhubarb. Discover tips for growing rhubarb in a warm climate and discover how versatile this plant really is!
It’s been hot. Well, it’s been hot by this Alaska girl’s standards. Mid-70’s in the shade, and I’ve spent the week in the non-shaded garden trying to get all my starts in the ground asap. Finally almost done! But I’ve been needing something to cool off. Ice cream is easily the first thing that comes […]
What do you do with all that rhubarb? Our favorite thing to do with it is to make juice. Check out our no sugar added, real food juice recipe here and try it for yourself.