Posts Tagged ‘forced rhubarb’

Yes, Wild Cooks, this forced beauty (commonly known as rhubarb!) which you have heard me regularly blog about, now holds the protected title of an EU “Designation of Origin”.

This means that Yorkshire forced rhubarb has secured a safe future for the 12 growers left in the, now even more famous, “Yorkshire Rhubarb Triangle”.  Rhubarb has been grown in the region since 1870 and it is fantastic that we are still be able to enjoy these pink stems of wonder.

Now to celebrate this I have an unusual sounding recipe for you to enjoy – ‘Rhubarb Mould’.  This is one of my all time childhood favourites – I remember sitting on the sofa at home eating a bowl of this simple pudding.  Don’t be put off by the name …

Rhubarb Mould recipe

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FANTASTIC NEWS … Yorkshire rhubarb is back in season. The forced rhubarb is amazing stuff and a trip to the rhubarb triangle in Yorkshire had the wild cook in a spin.

See our rhubarb recipe to die for!

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