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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

June 5, 2006

I made a Strawberry Rhubarb Pie last night. We recently got some rhubarb in our vegetable subscription. (Do you remember the orange?) I decided I wanted to make a pie and it turned out very good. Not very pretty, but very tasty. I found a recipe online, cheated and used frozen pie crusts and it was easy as…..pie. Okay, that was bad.

Recipe – Simply Recipes: Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

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  1. Gray permalink
    June 9, 2006 4:50 am

    I have been harvesting my rhubarb and made pie two weekends in a row. It’s my very favorite type of pie. I am afraid that I am a purist and prefer to make it with rhubarb alone, they way my mother did. I can’t wait until the strawberries are ready here though.

    Last year we made rhubarb-ginger ice cream, which was much better than it sounds.

    Your year-round subscription plan sounds great. It really does sound like a cut above the usual sort of CSA arrangement.

    I love this kind of thing, and am really happy to keep agriculture thriving in my community. I have a good sized garden: I don’t need more vegetables. But I am a CSA supporter for an orchard within walking distance. We get all kinds of fruits. My share allows me to help plan the orchard, so we have grown quite a few kinds of heirloom apples for several years.

    In the fall on peak weekends we play contradance music in the barn. It’s fun, and most of the members of our group have a interest in keeping sales up.

    -Gray

  2. Jodie permalink
    June 12, 2006 11:32 pm

    That sounds awesome! I want to play in a barn. There is actually a historic barn down the street from my new house. I haven’t been able to figure out who is there, if it’s open to the public or what. All I know is that there is a huge sign on the side of it.

    Do you mind sharing the rhubarb recipe. I would love to have it for future use.

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