The best memories growing up where Sunday dinners at my Grandma’s house because she would make the most amazing meals and dessert. In today’s post, I share Grandma’s Rhubarb Strawberry Pie Recipe for you to print and add to your recipe collection.
Rhubarb Strawberry Pie Recipe
In the Midwest, it just isn’t Spring until that first harvest of strawberries is complete to add to the rhubarb garden fresh. This recipe is super simple and a memory your family will love and carry on for generations.
Recipe from my Dads recipe box – a few tweaks by me!~
Favorite Photos From The Kitchen
Below are a few of my favorite photos from the kitchen while serving up this amazing pie.
Not Your Grandma’s Rhubarb
Be sure to use the fresh and the BEST Rhubarb for your homemade pie. The stalks of the rhubarb plant can be sliced and frozen to use at a later time.
Not the same as Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum)which leaves contain large amounts of oxalic acid and shouldn't be fed to animals. Rhubarb Swiss Chard… totally edible! #gardenchat #vegetables pic.twitter.com/m7zOYgZBWd
— Bren Haas (@BrenHaas) June 11, 2018
Not sure what this variety of Rhubarb is that my husband transplanted from the old Haas Homestead. It is rumored that Grandma Janet Haas dug it up from the ditch and moved it behind the utility room garden where it has been growing since the 1950’s. One thing for sure my husband is super proud of his rhubarb that he was able to save seeds from and start more plants to share. Below are photos of the rhubarb he transplanted and now grows behind our barn on the south side.
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Happy Spring Baking,