Rhubarb is a wonderful thing, and it is finally in season. It is extremely versatile: It can be stewed, pickled, dried, juiced, or candied, and turned into any number of delicious dishes.
Though its leaves are toxic, the delightfully acidic ruby-red stalks more than make up for that fact. As well as being utterly delicious, rhubarb is also considered by many to be a source of great health benefits, reportedly promoting weight loss, good digestion, bone growth, and blood circulation.
Whether you fancy something sweet, something savory, or perhaps a little liquid libation, pick up a stalk (or bunch) today and try out one of these recipes.