7 Ways With Rhubarb
Once known as "the pie plant," rhubarb is certainly delicious cooked into pastries and other desserts, but this curious vegetable can shine in soups, appetizers, chutneys, and more.
Did you know you can make your own liqueurs at home? All you need are a few fresh ingredients, spirits, and most of all - patience. For this rhubarb liqueur, simply combine a sugar-water mixture, chopped fresh rhubarb, vodka, and orange liqueur and let stand at room temperature for 2 or 3 weeks. Strain the finished liqueur and package as desired.
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