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Cold Rhubarb Tea

By Helen Brody (June 11, 2013)

by Charlie Burke (Farm to Restaurant Connection)


The Sanbornton Farmers’ Market published a cookbook several years ago which prompted several visitors to the market to offer their favorite recipes. One of the best recipes we received was also the simplest — Rhubarb Tea — which points out, again, that with great fresh ingredients uncomplicated preparation is best. We were told that this is a Shaker recipe from back in the nineteenth century which takes advantage of our abundant spring rhubarb.

Credit: Heart of New England Magazine

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