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How to Make Fresh Rhubarb Last All Year
How-To: Freeze Rhubarb Freeze rhubarb so you can enjoy it when it’s out of season: cut stalks into 1-inch pieces; lay them flat on a parchment-lined baking pan. Freeze until firm, a few hours. Transfer to freezer bags and store in the freezer for up to a year. Use frozen rhubarb the same way as fresh—in sauces, pies, and crumbles.
It's Rhubarb Season! These Are Our Best Sweet and Savory Recipes for This Spring Treat
Rhubarb is often dubbed the "pie plant," and the stalks, soft and delectable when baked, do make a divine pie filling. But pie is by no means the only way to experience rhubarb. It's delicious in all kinds of desserts, and this tart vegetable also works well in savory dishes.In Season: Rhubarb can be found from late winter to early spring with a peak season from April to June. What to Look For: Thin, red, crisp stalks have the best texture. If stalks are floppy, it indicates they were p...