So, you may be thinking, “What the heck, now this is a food blog?”
Well, maybe? Or, maybe not.
It probably seems like I’ve been on a food blogging rampage recently.
It’s just that these past few days I’ve had some fun experimenting will all sorts of rhubarb creations. Mostly drinks. Because drinks are easy. And because taking photos of food is super difficult with the dog around. The little jerk likes to steal things right off the plates!
I wasn’t sure if I should share this recipe. Because frankly, it’s basically just lemonade. And it looks exactly like normal lemonade. But I PROMISE YOU. There is rhubarb in there.
Maybe I should have dyed it pink or something? That way you would probably believe that this is in fact, rhubarb lemonade.
I guess it’s too late for that though.
I can’t retake the photos because I’ve already drank half the pitcher. It’s pretty delicious. One of those classic sitting on the patio and drinking out of a mason jar kinda drinks.
It makes me feel really hipster. Like I’m in Brooklyn or something. Do they still use mason jars there? Maybe they drink their drinks out of something even cooler and more hipster now.
- 8 cups cool water
- 1 cup lemon juice
- 1 cup rhubarb simple syrup
- 2 lemons, for garnish
- Water, lemon juice, and simple syrup to a pitcher. Stir until well combined.
- Pour the lemonade into tall glasses filled with ice. Garnish the rims with lemon wedges and enjoy icy cold.
- Click here for the rhubarb simple syrup recipe.