LYNNE'S SOMEWHAT INVENTED LIFE.
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Wow, I LOVE the facial expressions. You can just tell how tart it is. And I love the widdle Roo face too. You take the greatest pictures. I would be jealous if I didn't love you so much. Well, maybe I'm jealous anyway.xo,Tierney
Hi! I'm so sorry the comment thingy didn't work, I had that happen to me once and the person wanted me to re-write what I'd written. Ugh! Couldn't do it. Life! No worries, I appreciate your comments always and enjoy your blog, photos, etc., here too. Blessings,RH
i love rhubarb... and the tart sour ness...wonderful stuff and the leaves make the best hats LOLGreat pictures!
I have not had rhubarb in such a long time. It must be time!!
Your granddaughters are so creative! I used to love my Grammy's rhubarb pies, but my sister and I never once thought about making hats out of the leaves.Also; I can't believe that your rhubarb is so big so early in the year.
Wow! What a dramatic difference on their faces. So fun! I have never eaten Rhubarb (I'm not ever sure how to spell it!)
fun! I love the expressions on their faces!!! My husband doesn't care for rhubarb, either, which makes me think it helps if you've been raised with it. maybe grapefruit juice for your taste-testers tomorrow???
I had the same reaction when I had rhubarb, wow, more tart and sour then a lemon.
Who's kids are those anyway? They're stunning. Even with puckery faces.
Ew, Rhubarb. Only good with Strawberries...lots of strawberries.
Wow, I didn't even know you could eat rhubarb raw. Shows you what I know. I'm impressed!
Ewwww---I think that I agree with the older girls----sour and bitter!I haven't tasted it as fruit leather---maybe its better, hm?
I never had it with just salt. Mostly with strawberries and LOTS of sugar in a pie. I see I'll have to expand my horizans.
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