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Got Rhubarb?

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If so, here is an easy, tasty dessert or snack. This recipe was given to me by a friend (I can't lay claim to this one). If anyone else has a favorite rhubarb recipe, please post.

Rhubarb Cake

1 yellow or white box cake mix

2 cups of rhubarb-diced

1 cup of sugar

1 small bag mini marshmellows

1 small box of "Strawberry" Jello

In a cake pan, spread the rhubarb, sprinkle the jello and sugar equally over the rhubarb. Layer marshmellows next.

Mix the box mix according to the instructions and pour over other ingredients. Bake according to the box instructions. Let cool.

Prepare for a delicious treat with your favoritew ice cream on the side.

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For those that don't care for rhubarb, the suger and jello mix really mellow the tang out.

I've got a bunch of it picked and froze for this year so some new recipes to go with the tried and true would be great. Another friend was telling me he his wife made a sauce out of theirs that they used for grilled pork chops and/or pork steaks. Need to get my hands on that one.

Sandmannd - Hows your little girl's leg doing?

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Rhubarb cake, from Barb schaller of burnsville.

1 yellow cake mix, mixed to package directions

4 cups rhubarb

1 cup sugar

2 cups whipping cream.

Put cake batter in 9 by 13 pan.

rhubarb on top.

sugar over rhubarb.

pour cream over all

bake at 350 for 55 min more or less. mmmm.

use nonstick pan or grease and flour.

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Sandmannd - Hows your little girl's leg doing?

She got the cast off three weeks ago. Leg was at 75% then. Another three weeks and we go back in for X-rays. They say it should be at 100% by then. Probably take the screws out in the fall. Man kids heal fast huh?

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Leaky, made your rhubarb recipe this weekend. Awesome! Thanks.

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