Wednesday, April 9, 2014

This counts as a serving of fruit, right? Right?



Rhubarb-blackberry pie



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8 comments:

  1. Yes! Sounds like a serving of fruit to me!! Tehehehe! Have a wonderful Wednesday! Lona

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    1. Hi Lona,
      Glad you agree!! Hope your Wednesday was wonderful, as well!

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    1. Hi Jayne,
      Great! I think I'll have another "serving of fruit" this evening! You know, all for good health, and all!

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  3. Blackberries from the freezer and rhubarb from the garden? Looks delicious.

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    1. Hi live and learn,
      you figured it out -- freezer blackberries and garden rhubarb. The rhubarb was only about half the length I usually wait for, but I couldn't wait any longer. I've been thinking about rhubarb-blackberry pie for a while now. I've also been thinking about blackberry-peach pie, but that's not going to happen anytime soon (no peaches in my freezer).

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  4. Oh yes! It definitely counts. Remember the thing back in the 80's when the Reagan administration had ketchup classified as a vegetable for the sake of school lunch nutritional requirements? I mean seriously, if ketchup counts as a vegetable, I'd say you're on pretty solid ground with this one! :-)

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    1. Hi Cat,
      even with my homemade ketchup, that's very heavy on the tomato paste, I think you'd have to have a bowl of ketchup to make a real serving of vegetables!

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