Daily Life of a Retired Teacher Living in Seattle
Mmmmmmm! I bet it does! Think I can smell it from here! Have a great Mother's Day!
Oh...I am drooling on my keyboard...
i've never had a rhubarb pie but sounds tantalizing
Strawberry Rhubard pie is Wayne's favorite. I'm trying to grow some in the yard. I have a sneaky suspicion that it isn't strawberry.Your pies look delectable. A little cream on top and it's food for the Gods. That cream can be fresh, whipped, or iced.
I took another look. Those pies are PERFECT!!! I can't tell you how I'm salivating looking at them.Well, obviously I could tell you... I just did.
I remember my old German landlord in Chicago used to pull the leaves through the chain link fence from his neighbor's yard. Then he'd harvest the stems on "his" side and make some rhubarb jam. I'm thinking I'd sure prefer your pies. They are perfect! I agree with Caryn! Your husband is the master carpenter and you're the master chef.
Oh, my gosh, those pies are perfect in every way. I too am drooling here at my keyboard. You are too much. Can you adopt me so I can have a taste.
I bet it smells wonderful!Happy Mother's Day
Yum, yum! I'm sorry that I'll miss it, but the boys are planning a barbeque for this afternoon.Happy Mother's Day to you.
Rhubarb...my favorite! MMMM
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