|Encyclopedia of American Wine|
|by William I. Kaufman|
A compendium of over 500 California wineries, wine facts and winemaking in American states ranging from Hawaii to Florida.
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Place rhubarb in 8 x 8 inch pan. Sprinkle Jello and sugar on rhubarb. Add cake mix on top, then remaining ingredients. Bake in 350 degree oven for 1 hour.
Combine rhubarb, almond extract ... let stand 2 days. Put into jugs and cork. After 3 months, bottle. Siphon very carefully. Looks innocent, but beware!!
Cut 5 pounds rhubarb fine. Then pour ... long as it works. Don't put cork on tight until a few months after it has stopped working, then it can be bottled.
Lay rhubarb stalks on a ... bottle. Test the wine liquid or "must" ... or clean. Then siphon into bottles or jugs and cap. Makes about 4 gallons of wine.
Set aside 6 ... in saucepan with rhubarb, cinnamon stick, ... d Add burgundy wine and soda. Slice ... garnish with sliced berries and dollops of sour cream.
Prepare barbecue or ... Spoon 2 tablespoons rhubarb chutney in ribbon ... could be a lovely lunch dish for the girls when you have a luncheon and cards.
Prepare barbecue (high ... Spoon 2 tablespoons Rhubarb Chutney in ribbon ... fresh green chili available at Latin American markets and some supermarkets.
In large pot heat rhubarb, water, sugar ... of strawberries. Blend on high speed until smooth; stir into remaining soup. Serve chilled. Freezes very well.
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