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about the Rhubarb Marinade


I tried the Rhubarb marinade, did anyone else? I can’t tell if it softened it anymore than usual. It did have an interesting flavor but only after I doubled (or more) the amount of rhubarb. It was way better on chicken (which is milder) than on beef. I think that’s because the flavor of the Rhubarb […]

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Rhubarb Marinade


I finally found a recipe for Rhubarb that I’ve been dreaming of for months. With the acid content of the Rhubarb I never doubted that it would soften and marinade meat perfectly. Spring Rhubarb and Ginger Marinade for Oven or Barbecue Beef 1 1/2 cups (355mL) wine (white or red) or chicken broth 1 large […]

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Rhubarb… Everything


Besides making good hats for the dog and the kids, Rhubarb leaves have a special niche in life. They can be used for everything from poison for insects to fancy forms  for ‘garden stepping stones’.  The Rhubarb stalks are the first ‘fruit’ (not actually fruit) available to us ‘Northerners’. So here’s a post for every Rhubarb […]

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Rhubarb Leaves: Plant Insecticide


Don’t ever let your Rhubarb leaves go to waste. Everything that grows seems to be good for something. Take an armful of the green leaves, stalks removed, and place them in a large pot with maybe about a gallon of water. You don’t necessarily have to worry about washing them. The insects that you are […]

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