I started my garden a few years ago and two of the first things I put in were a few rows of strawberries and a couple of rhubarb plants. My plan was to make homemade Strawberry Rhubarb pie. It took a few seasons, but finally I’m getting enough of both to make a couple of pies per season.
I always try to use local ingredients when I cook or bake. You can’t beat the taste and I’m convinced it’s healthier too. My own backyard garden is, of course, my favorite source for fresh foods, but for things I can’t grow, I’m happy to find it at one of our wonderful farmers markets.
So, take on the challenge of making an all-local Strawberry Rhubarb pie—my version of a 100-Mile Meal—even ... Read More
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