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Unless it`s Yorkshire grown rhubarb it won`t taste reet....:clap2:

p.s. rhubarb crumble with an ice cream or fresh cream topping....I,m in heaven...good luck :thumbsup:

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I always have several bin tubs of Rhubarb stocked in the cupboard.  Lovely with custard. 

 

This is the first year I am without any as my visitors from UK have not been able to get here due to the virus situation. 

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11 hours ago, Rmac442 said:

In the mountain region of Chiang Mai ...maybe !! Same for parsnips ..to hot here!!

My wife has grown it in Kap Choeng Surin. Not a problem. She did not grow it this year as no demand by the Thai's.

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I love Rhubarb, especially Rhubarb and Ginger jam, have tried growing it from

seeds, and corms brought from UK, did not grow just died, Royal Project grows

some, some is imported from Oz, but very expensive.

 

Found some Rhubarb Jam in Big C, own brand 90 Thb, so bought what they had,

probably never see it here again,

regards Worgeordie

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5 hours ago, khwaibah said:

My wife has grown it in Kap Choeng Surin. Not a problem. She did not grow it this year as no demand by the Thai's.

We are not so far away from you so there seems to be no problem with the climate in this region.

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21 hours ago, petermik said:

Unless it`s Yorkshire grown rhubarb it won`t taste reet....:clap2:

p.s. rhubarb crumble with an ice cream or fresh cream topping....I,m in heaven...good luck :thumbsup:

And what about BIRDs custard then?

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Used to be difficult to STOP it growing back home in Scotland.

 

Rhubarb crumbles, pies, rhubarb and custard, jam, all aroi but not the same as my childhood memory of a fresh cut stalk of rhubarb and a bag of sugar to dip it in.

 

Amazingly I still have all my own teeth.

 

 

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4 hours ago, sjbrownderby said:
10 hours ago, khwaibah said:

My wife has grown it in Kap Choeng Surin. Not a problem. She did not grow it this year as no demand by the Thai's.

We are not so far away from you so there seems to be no problem with the climate in this region.

 

Not cool and wet for long enough anywhere south of northern Thailand. That's why the aforementioned Royal Farm shops have big seasonal variations on size and availability. I haven't seen any so far this year.

 

The best rhubarb regionally is in northern Vietnam and southern China where's there's a miserable climate like Dundee.

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On 1/25/2021 at 4:23 PM, NanLaew said:

Not cool and wet for long enough anywhere south of northern Thailand.

'Wet'' is not a problem for us. We have this stuff called water on tap 24/7. We even give it to the many plants and trees we grow and they seem to like it.

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On 1/28/2021 at 11:33 AM, sjbrownderby said:

'Wet'' is not a problem for us. We have this stuff called water on tap 24/7. We even give it to the many plants and trees we grow and they seem to like it.

 

Excellent.

 

And the coolness?

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On 3/2/2021 at 12:26 PM, sjbrownderby said:
On 1/25/2021 at 4:07 PM, Mahseer said:

I've never sampled but heres an option for ready made pies. Ships from Pattaya

Probably not made with fresh rhubarb.

 

Yes, there's plenty of imported, canned rhubarb available here.

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18 hours ago, NanLaew said:

Yes, there's plenty of imported, canned rhubarb available here

Which contain additives and preservatives and so useless for many rhubarb recipes which call for the use fresh rhubarb.

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