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Published: Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 2:15 p.m.

Forget the tulips: Enjoy Skagit Valley rhubarb

  • Jackson Holtz

Skagit County grows a lot more than tulips.

After a day cycling around Skagit County, I couldn't resist stopping at a small farm stand. Big stalks of red rhubarb was among the fresh-picked produce, so I grabbed a bunch.

Puzzling about what to do with the sour annual, I turned to Google and found a great recipe for rhubarb bread published on LATimes.com.

Everyone here at The Herald has been asking for the recipe, so I figured I better share more broadly.

Do you have a favorite rhubarb recipe? Let us know by posting a comment below.
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