My neighbor, who I “chicken sit” for, has a yarden, like me. They dug out their grass and planted food. Unlike most of us in this city neighborhood who have just one lot, they have two lots and only one house. So they also have several fruit trees. (lucky!). This year the small plums are more numerous than ever before!
RHUBARB CRUNCH Stir together: 6 cups washed and chopped rhubarb juice of one big lemon—about 1/4 cup 2/3 cup white granulated sugar In separate dish mix: 3/4 cup butter,… Read More »
I found this recipe on Allrecipes.com, a local Seattle website company. I altered a few ingredients to suit my tastes. This is another great way to use Rhubarb… Read More »
Rhubarb is one of my favorite edible plants. It is rich in vitamins, color, flavor, and is quite versatile. Here is what Wikipedia has to say about… Read More »
Cake for breakfast? yes please!
The Savannah Smiles weren’t my favorite and reminded me of a cookie they released several years ago. (Do they just rename them every few years?). So I shared… Read More »
A week of respite in Arizona, visiting my step father before my son turns 2 and can no longer fly free and before my husband starts his new… Read More »
Semi-homemade. A catch phrase from Food Network star; Sandra Lee. I often prepare food in this manner as well. I take some ingredients from a box, and some… Read More »
Making bar cookies out of oats is a classic recipe at my house. It’s quick and easy, and somewhat “healthy” for a dessert and uses up things like… Read More »