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  • Paulina Ottow

    Emily Wiley reveals the three winners for rhubarb recipe contest! Find out who they were, and check out the great rhubarb recipes they made! (WPSU / Local Food Journey)

  • Michaela King

    Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Rhubarb

  • Mary Frances Rogers

    Harvest rhubarb. Now's the time to harvest cherry-red rhubarb stems to make delicious pies, desserts and crumbles. Rhubarb is at its most tender right now, and since the plant often goes dormant in summer's heat, this is the perfect time to pick. However, don't cut the stems, since that can cause rot to enter the crown of the plant. Instead, grasp each stalk at the base and pull with a gentle twisting motion.

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