Rhubarb’s sweetly old-fashioned stalk, with a pucker-sour side, tastes like summer. It can be used alone in recipes, and it blends brightly with most fruits. This spirited vegetable (it’s not a fruit) is for more than just pies―there are many ways to include it in a variety of recipes. Acclaimed cookbook author Theresa Millang presents more than 200 of her favorite recipes from across the country that put new zing into the familiar pie plant. Recipes range from breads and main dishes to preserves and, of course, pie. So start your morning with Rhubarb Honey Muffins. Enjoy Rhubarb Salsa and Strawberry-Rhubarb Lemonade in the afternoon. Then finish the day with Rhubarb Pork Chop Casserole. Theresa also includes tips for growing, choosing, preparing, and storing rhubarb. You’ll find lots of new ways to enjoy this versatile summer treat.