What’s In Season?

By: Rachel Trumble Rhubarb! Signs of Summer Keep an eye out for these brightly colored deep-red stalks found at our farmers markets. Rhubarb stalks are loaded with potassium and Vitamin C. Don’t be fooled by the bright-green leaves, as they are not edible and contain high amounts of oxalic acid, which can be toxic. Just stick with the tart taste of the stalk. Choose stalks that are well-colored, firm and decent size. The best cooking methods include baking and stewing for sauces like the ever-popular and delicious rhubarb pie. Here’s to the delicious signs of summer!

By: Rachel Trumble

Rhubarb! Signs of Summer

Keep an eye out for these brightly colored deep-red stalks found at our farmers markets. Rhubarb stalks are loaded with potassium and Vitamin C. Don’t be fooled by the bright-green leaves, as they are not edible and contain high amounts of oxalic acid, which can be toxic. Just stick with the tart taste of the stalk. Choose stalks that are well-colored, firm and decent size. The best cooking methods include baking and stewing for sauces like the ever-popular and delicious rhubarb pie. Here’s to the delicious signs of summer!

Related

Treasury: Deadline for Michigan Home Heating Credit in Two Weeks

The Home Heating Credit helps cover utility expenses, leaving more …

Learning from the COVID Experience

We checked in with a few college presidents to ask what they have l…

Filling the Talent Pipeline

The Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance works to encourage and suppor…

A Conversation with Jimmy E. Greene

Great Lakes Bay Magazine checked in with Jimmy E. Greene, president…

Pandemic Not Expected to Impact Deer Season

The Department of Natural Resources said there may actually be an i…

Connect

Contact

517.203.3333

221 W. Saginaw St.
Lansing MI, 48933

All Rights Reserved Great Lakes Bay Business and Lifestyle Magazine