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May 28, 2012

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where did you bought rhubarb?

Brilliant! Or should I say genius?

I've always wondered if cranberries can be used as souring agent for sinigang. But I'm always afraid my family will not be open to such a crazy idea. Perhaps you can do the experiment for me. :-)

I rarely get impressed by modifications on traditional preparations, but this is very nice. Simple but innovative, and not trying too hard.

Yes, you are freakin' brilliant! I will use your recipe for my Iron Chef cooking party this weekend. The theme ingredient is Rhubarb!

mmmmm...two of my favorite things: pork and rhubarb! They go nicely together in basic stir fry, so I think they will play very nicely together in this soup! Will have to give it a try...thanks for the idea!

Total genius! I've always been curious about rhubarb though I've never had the opportunity to try it. Wow that's pretty awesome.

I see you're as creative (and crazy) as ever, Marvin! :-)

Da-yum! And I didn't come up with this , why?!?!?
Brilliant Marvin!

Crazy cool, man! Major props. :)

hey marvin, the use of rhubarbs as souring agent for sinigang was GENIUS!!!

:)

I dont think Rhubarb grows in my neck of the woods, but if i see some available in the market... i would like to give this a try. :)

Rhubarb in sinigang? I should try your version of sinigang.

Oh. My. I am so excited to see this recipe! It makes so much surprising good sense. My strategies for making seasonal sinigang have used greens I can grow in the area, but have been foiled by the need, love for and availability of tamarind. We have so much rhubarb on the farm i'm working at and I can't face another rhubarb pie...so I'm going to try this asap. Rhubarb universe expanded. Thanks!

I once saw on tv (Jessica Soho, I think), sinigang with strawberry from Baguio. So I'm not surprised with your rhubarb sinigang.

Cheers man! I've been following your blog for years.

Genius! Sinigang can be maed with anything that can sour it I think :) I am all for experimentation...I wish I could give it a try, unfortunately no rhubarb in my neck of the woods ;)

I love rhubarb but only use it to make desserts and cordials! This is brilliant! I'll try your recipe and also might experiment with salmon, which is easily available in my neck of the woods.

These days i am trying to avoid pork, but yes your recipe is delicious and mouth watering !

Thanks for posting this!

After reading this, I HAD to try using rhubarb for my sinigang souring agent. GENIUS. My sinigang turned out pretty legit!

Here's my report: http://www.wilmarworksout.com/2012/07/rhubarb-sinigang.html

I'm going to try this with rhubarb from my garden. Am I correct in assuming you removed the chili peppers before serving? They would need to be chopped up if they were intended to end up in the bowl.

Prepared this last night for a family get-together and they absolutely loved it. All your hard work is worth it when you see your family enjoying what you've fixed for them Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

Fantastic work man, keep your heads high you did it.

The quality of your blogs and articles and worth appreciating.

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