7.17.2006

Sunday BakeBlogging

Sport and I made a strawberry and rhubarb tart (from Once Upon a Tart, using Shamie's crust), using rhubarb from the local Farmer's market.



We also spent our time making these two monsters:



We used the Cooking Light 2006 compilation for this recipe (and substituted zante currants for raisins). We hoped they would rise well, but LORDY!

6 comments:

Kace "Master of the Universe" Chalmers said...

Oh, yah, eh, I hear that rhubarb is real popular up north. You betcha.

Seriously though, we'll fill you in on how Brioche de la Riveria (ala Martha) turns out.

Since when have you had a digital camera or were those pictures taken with your cell phone?

Sport said...

And they taste good too

LK said...

You see, folks who move to Hawaii don't get rhubarb any more.

The tart looks great. And so do the baked goods.

Sounds like a great cookbook by the way...

Doc Mara said...

And people who DON'T move to Hawaii don't get...Hawaii (geographically OR conceptually).

Anonymous said...

Rhubarb "is" consolation for -30 temperatures.

LK said...

It would take a lot of rhubarb!