“At the end of the first month of spring, the yang ethers of heaven are said to waft down while the yin ethers of earth rise. They commingle harmoniously, and as a result the grasses and trees begin to sprout.”
The rhubarb in its second year has apparently gotten the green light on spring. I’ve harvested stalks twice and now it’s trying to flower. Well, the ‘Victoria’ has leapt out of the ground. ‘Crimson Cherry’ is more timid.
Cut 4 to 6 stalks rhubarb, discarding leaves.
Chop into pieces and sprinkle with sugar.
Cook in a saucepan over medium heat until it starts to fall apart, about 15 min.
Serve over ice cream, yogurt or pound cake.