Rhubarb and Strawberry Salad with Almonds, Mint and Lemon Verbena

food to glow

rhubarb and strawberry salad // food to glowGrowers of rhubarb – of the assertive and open-air type rather than tender and under wraps – will have already witnessed the wonder that is its growing habit. From a tight-fisted angry bunch, bursting through cold soil, near-tropical leaves unfurl and cover anything under its considerable umbrella. This bulky plant – a vegetable actually – takes up considerable room but rewards not only with its flavourful and versatile stalks, it keeps on going right up until the first frosts.

Spring and summer acid-green stalks often give way to deepest pink as it approaches the leaf end, but not always. Some of the best examples of rhubarb wear their green with pride. Raymond Blanc, as much aesthete as chef (he is French, after all), prefers the assertively acidic, and frankly quite monstrously large, open-air rhubarb to the paler, more uniformly pink varieties of winter. I quite agree. And it is…

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