Rhubarb is the crowning glory of spring's fresh produce -- mostly because in some parts of the country it's the only fresh ingredient for dessert available during this season. But also in part because of its beautiful, bright pink hue.
While rhubarb is technically a vegetable, it prefers to be treated as a fruit. When you add a little sugar to it, rhubarb responds by tasting just as sweet as any summer berry. Spring just wouldn't feel as darling without these rhubarb recipes.
Rhubarb is oftentimes paired with strawberries, but it is lovely on it's own too. You can whip it into pies, ice cream and even margaritas so good you'll wish summer never comes. And that is no small feat.
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