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So Much Rhubarb!! 10 Seasonal Recipes to Impress Your Guests

Ok so it’s summer now, but this post from Farmers’ Markets Cooperative of Nova Scotia was so cool I wanted to share it with you all! And most of the ingredients are still in season :)



Asparagus and Mushroom Galette with Goat Cheese, Bacon and Balsamic Reduction

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Photo and Recipe by Kevin Lynch

2. Rhubarb Vinaigrette


Photo and recipe by Dinner With Julie. Get the recipe HERE.

3. Spring Lemon Risotto with Asparagus and Fiddlehead Ferns

4. Scrambled Eggs and Roast Asparagus on Toast


Photo and recipe by FoodieCrush. Get the recipe HERE.

5. Radish Leaf Pesto Crostini


Photo and recipe by The Culinary Chase. Get the recipe HERE.

6. Kale Salad with Honey Pepper Bacon, Pistachios and Parmesan


Photo and recipe by Nalumana. Get the recipe HERE.

7. Cream of Fiddlehead Soup

8. Oven Baked Sunchoke Chips with Chunky Blue Cheese Aioli

9. Rhubarb Curd Pudding Cups

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Photo and recipe by Kelly Neil. Get the recipe HERE.

10. Thai Fried Fiddleheads


Photo and recipe by Kathy Jollimore (Eat Halifax). Get the recipe HERE.

Want more ideas? Check out our Spring Recipes or Rhubarb Recipes boards on Pinterest for an ongoing collection of seasonal ideas.

Guest Post: Farmers’ Markets Cooperative of NS (FMNS)

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