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Synonyms for rhubarb

Synonyms for rhubarb

long pinkish sour leafstalks usually eaten cooked and sweetened


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Take the legs out before adding the rhubarb so that the duck always remains on top.
Here, in the fertile flat fields, almost 90% of the world's forced winter rhubarb was once grown, and the area still produces tons of the stuff.
Please send cheques and postal orders made payable to Mr Fothergill's to People Rhubarb Offer, Mr Fothergill's, Rookery Farm, Holbeach St Johns, Spalding, PE12 8SG and clearly state your name and address.
Rhubarb Property has launched a referral promotion for the month of September offering PS300 to individuals who refer any new landlords that sign up on a management basis.
As rhubarb stalks are a little fatter and tougher at this time of year, a fool is perfect way to eat it.
Ms Stewart said the centre was extremely busy when the two, who had come to view dogs, made off with Rhubarb.
Dessert: Natural yoghurt panna cotta with rhubarb, almond biscuit and mint syrup.
Marge was making another rhubarb pie in the morning--did I still want to come over?
Rhubarb must be kept weedfree, and keep in moisture by applying a mulch, taking care not to bury the crown.
The impressively-mounted exhibition - Three White Walls looks as businesslike as any West End gallery - also documents the benefits the photographers gained from showing at Rhubarb.
Cook's tips To make a rhubarb syrup to serve with the semi-freddo, add 200ml water when cooking the rhubarb in step 1.
By now, there should be a steady stream of rhubarb in the shops with its wonderful pinky green stems shouting out to be stuck in a crumble or pie.
Rhubarb requires very cold weather to grow properly and the cold snap in late December followed by milder weather has prevented some rhubarb from developing properly.
When I challenged Clements on this, he described Errol as the Midlands' "leading rhubarb grower".