4 Easy Rhubarb Desserts You'll Want to Make Every Day This Spring
Contrary to popular belief, rhubarb doesn't need to buddy up with strawberries for it to shine in a vibrant fruit dessert. When you're buying rhubarb, look for thick, firm stalks with ruffled leaves (which you'll remove before cooking). To store it, wrap the bunch in a damp paper towel, transfer to a sealed plastic bag, and refrigerate for up to 5 days. But with this collection of delicious rhubarb desserts, we bet it won't last in your fridge for that long.