This recipe came from a 20 year old magazine, it's a wonderful cake, moist, easy to make and freezes well. The name of this cake is derived from the buttery brown sugar topping that sinks into the cake as it bakes and forms a crusty layer reminiscent of a lunar landscape!
This is great tasting recipe and serves a good amount and an all time favorite of my family. It is especially good when these 2 fruits are out of season and you can enjoy any time.This came from a camp resturant.
This wonderful pie is from Better Homes & Gardens 1990 Best Recipes Yearbook..Perfect for your guests or loved ones...very impressive looking and well worth the effort...you won't believe that you made it...amazing flavours...
An amazing and easy to make rhubarb dessert. If possible, use only day old French bread for this, do not use the regular white sliced bread, it will not hold up as well for this recipe. This recipe is delicious!
I'm always on the lookut for different ways to use rhubarb! This recipe from Sandra Gonzales was published in Country Woman magazine. Use your own pastry, store bought pie shells or my recipe for pastry with no trans fat or whole wheat canola oil pastry for a healthier pie! Cover the fruit mixture with a full crust, pastry lattice or the topping from my rhubarb crumble pie (recipe#91390).
When I moved to Winnipeg over 20 years ago, I adopted a lady from my church as my "Winnipeg Mom". This is her recipe. She was an excellent cook and enjoying baking. This fruit square is really good warm with whipped cream or ice cream, but can also be served cold. Other fruit in season can be used in place of rhubarb and in winter you can used fruit like dried apricots.
Not too tart but not too sweet, this beautiful pie is the herald of summertime! Serve with vanilla ice cream to balance the tartness of the rhubarb. I prefer this to strawberry-rhubarb pie because I do not like the texture of cooked strawberries. You can use your favorite pie crust in this recipe.