(1) In England, rhubarb became known, at first in a purely medicinal context, in the 16th century.(2) I think you ought to cut back on the fruitcake, perhaps toss back a tasty rhubarb and turnip smoothie.(3) Still, it was just a run-of-the-mill rhubarb , barely worth comment, which is true of most such arguments between arbiters and managers or players.(4) I closed my eyes, Dolly snuggled up against my legs, and off I drifted, to dream of potatoes and good rhubarb pie.(5) Neil felt he was on to a winner with his rhubarb pie and custard, praising the pastry and the flavour of the fruit.(6) To the rear of Old Hall is a large walled garden that has lawns and a variety of plants and shrubs, as well as strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, rhubarb , plum and apple trees.(7) Other common names include pestwurz, blatterdock, bog rhubarb , and butter-dock.(8) Artichokes, rhubarb and potatoes also grow well here.(9) Tom surveyed the table, eyes settling on rhubarb pie.(10) In summer, it will be overflowing with pink rhubarb , broad beans, sweetcorn, cherry tomatoes, radishes, red Batavian lettuce and herbs.(11) In medieval times, rhubarb was used only for medicinal purposes in Europe and few lay people even knew what the plant looked like.(12) Set out roots of asparagus, horseradish, and rhubarb in well-tilled soil.(13) As soon as the soil can be worked, plant bare-root asparagus, horseradish, Jerusalem artichokes, and rhubarb .(14) But I will say that Lederer lost his only chance to win the game when he didn't lodge a protest against Collier during a third-inning rhubarb .(15) Unfolded flower buds of rhubarb are cooked in the same ways as elderberry flowers.(16) Newly listed at Morrisons, it is rich, spicy and jam-packed with over-ripe berry fruit, rhubarb , coffee and a little mint.