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I made a rhubarb pie, cut up enough to freeze for a future pie, and made syrup! I used one part syrup to five parts seltzer, although it would be good in lemonade or with champagne. Recipe under the cut.
A chess pie is a single crust custard pie made with the addition of cornmeal. It is said to have originated in England and these pies were popular in New England as well as the South. Additions to the basic pie … Continue reading
It’s truly spring when the trees are budding, and I find rhubarb on 9th Street. The man I bought it from asked if I were making a pie, when I confirmed that I was – he suggested adding a tiny bit … Continue reading
This is the last of the rhubarb recipes for a while – honest! It’s just that I had a surplus of rhubarb, and when I saw Deb from Smitten Kitchen’s recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Crumb Bars – I buckled like … Continue reading
Yep, another post about rhubarb – my obsessions drive me! At the market on Saturday, my friend John had rhubarb, and two stands down, another vendor had big, gorgeous, ripe strawberries. I made two pies – one for my fellas and one … Continue reading
Upside-down cake – it’s not just for pineapples anymore! I was excited to discover a vendor with rhubarb in the market on Saturday and I knew I had to make this cake. (Why is it so hard to find rhubarb in Philadelphia?) It starts … Continue reading
I had planned for a lazy Sunday – a load of laundry, a little time in the studio, a walk around the neighborhood with my camera. My game plan drastically changed when I discovered that one of the vendors on … Continue reading
On my Saturday morning excursion to the Italian Market, I saw that one of the vendors had rhubarb. I loaded up and grabbed few pints of strawberries – it’s pie time!!!