Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb……in the Kitchen Garden

April 22, 2010

Harvesting this wonderful plant is always a joy. Stems selected, leaves removed. Rinsed in rainwater, chopped , then stewed.

The next harvest is due soon. Visit the Canberra’s Sustainable House blog for regular kitchen garden updates.

2 Responses to “Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb……in the Kitchen Garden”

  1. Nic and Paul says:

    Hey Nick, great to see the website up and running and with such a lot of useful information. Down here in Antarctica it’s pretty dark now that the last sunrise has been and gone until August. Your rhubarb looks wonderful and tasty and the idea of picking from the garden is like a dream to us now that most of our fresh fruit and veg has finished.
    We will be watching your blog to see how things progress and pick up ideas for our own house – and it keeps us in contact with the outside world!
    Hi to Sarah from
    Nic and Paul.

  2. Nick says:

    Hey Nic & Paul.
    Thanks for your lovely comments. I will blog regularly about the kitchen garden to help you remain connected during your time at Scott and McMurdo bases.
    Best regards, NIck

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