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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

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

Rhubarb-blackberry pie

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

    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!

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

    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).

  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! :-)

    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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