In England, rhubarb became known, at first in a purely medicinal context, in the 16th century.
Unfolded flower buds of rhubarb are cooked in the same ways as elderberry flowers.
I love his Aussie take on food - particularly the fish, or putting roast duck together with rosti and a rhubarb and red port sauce.
I closed my eyes, Dolly snuggled up against my legs, and off I drifted, to dream of potatoes and good rhubarb pie.
Other common names include pestwurz, blatterdock, bog rhubarb , and butter-dock.
There would be rhubarb pie and buttermilk, flags flying and youngsters scampering, a parade, a pageant, and fireworks to light up the night sky.
Now I like deli food, but I am still dedicated to traditional roasts and puddings such as trifle and rhubarb pies.
To the rear of Old Hall is a large walled garden that has lawns and a variety of plants and shrubs, as well as strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, rhubarb , plum and apple trees.
Tom surveyed the table, eyes settling on rhubarb pie.
A year later he was awarded prizes for his peas, grapes, rhubarb and apples.