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I had a request from a reader for recipes for rhubarb and I'm happy to oblige.
When I was growing up, my grandma Dillon had a lot of rhubarb in the garden, on the edge by the fence. The plants got so big they would come to the top of the fence.
The leaves (which you do not eat; they are toxic) got so huge my cousins and I would make hats out of them when we were playing.
Grandma called it "pie plant" and she cooked a lot of it in cobblers, pies and something she called rhubarb pudding.
She made rhubarb jam that was absolutely delicious.
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