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Strawberry Rhubarb Galette

By: Elizabeth Lampman from frugalmomeh.com
Strawberry Rhubarb Galette
This image courtesy of frugalmomeh.com

"This Strawberry Rhubarb Galette is a rustic and flaky fruit filled pie perfect for using up all the delicious fruit from your garden!" Strawberries and rhubarbs are an excellent flavor combination. If you haven't had a strawberry and rhubarb pastry, this easy pastry recipe is just waiting for you to make. Try using fresh fruit during spring and summer months for the best possible taste.

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My grandma used to love to make fresh rhubarb pie with the fruit she grew right in the yard. We would harvest it for her and bring her the knife and all her stuff like ziploc bags and she would peel and chop until it was all packaged. Some of the fresh rhubarb always went in a pie or a cobbler or both though. She was always making a sweet dessert.

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