The jam recipe can be found HERE. There ought to be a law against how easy this is. You chop up 7-8 cups of rhubarb one inch pieces. This is how mine looked after I let is sit for an hour and a half.
I made Katy a gluten free Rhubarb pie. The crust really was quite easy. I could mix it in my Kitchen Aide which really did make it easy. I doubled the crust recipe to make a two crust pie. It has the GF flour, two eggs 12 tbsp butter, lemon juice, sugar and salt. I kind of was using two recipes. I refrigerated it for a couple of hours but, I don't think I need to do that. I think it actually would have been better had I not done that.
You roll the crust between wax paper. The crust is a little delicate. It cracked around the edge while rolling it.
Lastest Garden Update:
My wild roses are starting to bloom. I love these roses. Once they start really blooming they are a riot! I have been out watering and people walking always comment and want to know what they are. They are also very aromatic. After a while that get a rather large green bug, not an aphid....more beatley-looking (if that is a word.) There are a lot and are into bug-lovin'. Sometimes I spray them, not so much anymore because they really don't do that much damage.
Finally, I have a picture of the latest project: Grande Olde Flag Sampler by Chessie and Me. I nearly have the house done. I'm doing it on 40 count. I swapped out the Belle Soie and Gloriana silks for overdyes. I think it will turn out quite well. I am using Weeks Aztec Red, Cognac, Charcoal, Guacamole, Moss, Navy and Whitewash and GAST Cornflower and Soot. It seems to be a good match.
Hope you had an awesome weekend. I certainly did but, as always, it was way too short. I walk into Monday saying, "I could have used another day." I could have a seven day weekend and it would still be too short.
Very busy week ahead. I'm wishing my life away and looking forward to next weekend.
Thanks for stopping.
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