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rhubarb

(ˈrubɑrb)
n. a brawl, especially in a baseball game. (Old.) There’s a noisy rhubarb down on the field.
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Let it cook for an hour before adding the one-inch chunks of rhubarb.
But January is all about a very special rhubarb, grown only in the fabled 'Pink Triangle' that loosely covers the area east of Leeds, encompassing Rothwell, Morley, Wakefield and Castleford.
You can prolong your rhubarb crop by planting varieties with differing cropping times.
Rhubarb Property has been established for almost six years and we are very proud to have maintained our focus on personal service and attention to detail.
I'm talking about home-grown rhubarb from the garden; you can still buy forced rhubarb in local markets and shops and will be able to for a while longer.
Rhubarb was stolen by a man and a woman on Tuesday afternoon, sparking a police investigation.
Dessert: Potted rhubarb with meringue, iced vanilla parfait, almond praline dust, biscotti and rhubarb and whisky curd.
Doubtful that with a mere recipe, a complete rhubarb novice like myself could turn out such a pie, I demurred.
RHUBARB Rhubarb goes with comfort food - in pies, crumbles and with custard - so think about planting now to harvest next year.
Photography is Dead features personal favourites of past review-erswho have each nominated an outstanding image they discov-ereat Rhubarb during its first nine years.
Stir in the vanilla seeds and gently fold through the rhubarb.
You're bound to have noticed the appearance of rhubarb over the last few weeks.
Warmer weather could threaten the English winter rhubarb industry and force up retail prices.
What's more, he did it while smoking what looked suspiciously like Class C drugs, though he swears it was a mixture of dock, bilberry and rhubarb leaves: dock, bilberry and rhubarb leaves handed furtively to him by a large Rastafarian called Errol.