The colors are so vivid … and it all looks delicious!
Yes, Cindi, it has so much more flavour than supermarket produce and a greater shelf-life, too.
Wow, that all looks delicious! Rhubarb too! Mmm mm! ❤❤❤;^)
Do you have rhubarb in Egypt? It’s a taste I didn’t like when I was younger, but that was probably because they served it out of huge catering tins at my boarding school. Homegrown, it has such a different flavour and, of course, my cooking is better than of the school caterers! Rhubarb crumble made with wholemeal flour, sunflower spread, and brown caster sugar — yum — served with goat’s milk vanilla ice-cream on top.
Omg, stop! That sounds incredibly awesome!
I dont think rhubarb is here in egypt, but my mom made rhubarb pies when I was young and I still remember devouring it hot with vanilla ice cream! Yummmm!
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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