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The Great British Rhubarb Recipe Round-Up!

Fruit, Rhubarb | April 18, 2015 | By

While slender stems of forced rhubarb are proclaimed as a delicacy, I prefer my rhubarb when the stems become thicker and turn a beautiful ruby red, Karen at Lavender and Lovage shares my love of rhubarb and rhubarb recipes, so we are inviting you to join us for The Great British Rhubarb Recipe Round-Up.
The Great British Rhubarb Recipe Round Up

The Great British Rhubarb Recipe Round-Up  

You don’t have to be British to join in and you can use fresh, frozen, canned or any other kind of rhubarb that you can get your hands on. It’s very simple, here is what to do:

  • If you put your post on twitter please mention @FarmersgirlCook  @KarenBurnsBooth and #GreatBritishRhubarbRecipes in your message and we will retweet all those we see.
  • By entering you are agreeing to let us use an image from your entry on this site, and to pin to Pinterest.
  • Please be respectful of  other people’s copyright and give credit where it is due. 
  • Add your recipe link to the live Linky posted at the bottom of this page.

Closing date 30th April 2015For some inspiration check out the recipes on the Farmersgirl Kitchen Rhubarb Collection Page


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    Christina Conte
    April 19, 2015

    Thanks for hosting this wonderful roundup, ladies! I have adored rhubarb since I was a little girl and not having had it for many years between then and now, I plan on making up for lost time! 🙂 CC

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      April 19, 2015

      The climate in California is not too good for rhubarb! The cold and damp of Scotland is perfect for it. I hope you manage to find some rhubarb and thanks for your kind comments and support.

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      April 19, 2015

      Thank you Lorraine. If you have any recipes you have made previously, you could always add the logo and links and share with us, but I do understand if you find you don't have time X

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