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Rhubarb is a vegetable, though the stalks are typically used in jams and desserts; its tart flavor makes it the perfect companion for strawberries.

Source: Everyday Food, May/June 2003
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  • jjcadenzagmail
    3 APR, 2016
    This has been a favourite recipe for several years-infinitely adaptable, always delicious. It would be difficult to mess this one up. Anytime we have a glut of rhubarb, this is our go-to recipe. Some might want to be aware that MS made an error in the video, she puts the total amount of flour in the rhubarb rather than the quarter cup the recipe calls for, so go by the recipe, not the video.
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  • jjcadenzagmail
    3 APR, 2016
    This has been a favourite recipe for several years-infinitely adaptable, always delicious. It would be difficult to mess this one up. Anytime we have a glut of rhubarb, this is our go-to recipe. Some might want to be aware that MS made an error in the video, she puts the total amount of flour in the rhubarb rather than the quarter cup the recipe calls for, so go by the recipe, not the video.
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  • MS11956623
    10 MAY, 2015
    Super simple and freshly delicious. Easy to substitute things. I did not have 2 lbs of rhubarb from my plant - only had 1 lb. Added 1.5 lbs of sliced strawberries instead. Instead of all white flour, I used 1/2 wheat flour to the crumble. Used about 1/2 cup of flour total. Added 3/4 tsp kosher salt to the crumble.
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  • abgershon1
    20 MAY, 2013
    Extremely simple and great with minor variations (seasonal or situational). My purchases from the farmer's market left me with closer to 1+ lb of rhubarb so I just adjusted the sugar and flour a bit and kept the crisp amounts the same as it left us with extra spoons of crisp topping. Also cut the baking time by almost 10 minutes, although I cut the rhubarb closer to 1/4".
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  • cedarnidz
    28 JUL, 2008
    Easy to make and so, so yummy=)
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  • cedarnidz
    28 JUL, 2008
    Easy to make and so, so yummy=)
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  • beezkneez
    22 JUN, 2008
    Delicious! My husband's favorite. He loves anything rhubarb.
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  • momsy
    5 JUN, 2008
    This recipe is very similar to one that I used in my Home Ec. classes for years. If strapped for time it can be microwaved on high; uncovered for about 12 minutes. To guarentee crispness, start in the microwave and finish in the oven.
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  • yanny
    22 MAY, 2008
    This sounds a lot easier than one published several years ago in Martha Stewart where the crisps were baked in individual ramekins. Can't wait to try it.
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