I made this for Mother’s Day. It was absolutely delicious! The only thing I would add is to soak the ends of the rhubarb in cold water for an hour if you’ve bought it a couple of days beforehand. So scrumptious! Thank you, My Homespun Haven! Especially as this was my first baking experience since being re-diagnosed with celiac. I was a huge baker B.C. (before celiac!).
We are all moved in! It has been a crazy week. I hope to tell you about our new place next week. For now, how about a little dessert?
I decided to dedicate the month of May to the Gluten-Free community. My new ‘wife’ roommate is part of this community for health reasons. So, I am going to help my new roommate with her Gluten-Free lifestyle.
Today, while David and I were looking around High Street we walked by the outdoor market where there was the smell of fresh strawberries. There were also a few boxes of fresh rhubarb. Rhubarb is a popular flavor around these parts. Yorkshire is famous for this stuff. If you have never had rhubarb it looks like celery but tastes like an unripe berry. We had a rhubarb plant growing up and my mom used to pick a stalk, dip it in sugar, and eat…
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