Welcome back to the fun and fan-tab-u-lous Farmgirl/guy Friday Blog Hop!
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We welcome new friends and follower's each week to this hardworking and talented community of urban, rural, suburban, mountain and coastal homesteaders!Corral your cows, goats and chickens; grab your garden gloves and join the fun!
Here's an update from our BACKYARD FARMYARD this week!
I harvested the first stocks from our Rhubarb yesterday here at home and at the cottage. I didn't have enough to make a pie ( 4 cups ) but I did have just enough to make Strawberry- Rhubarb Date Compote to smother vanilla bean ice-cream with last night for dessert! It was oh so delicious, fast and easy!
Here's the recipe!
2 cups chopped rhubarb
2 cups sliced strawberries
4 dates chopped
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 table spoons water
Mix fruit, sugar and water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil then lower heat to a simmer stirring occasionally for 10 minutes or until fruit is softened. Add vanilla.
The Cottage Hens got dessert too!
Did I mention how wonderful the compote was drizzled all over the ice-cream with just a dollop of whipped cream on top?
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Farmgirl Blessings to all!
Looks YUMMY ! Think you could squeeze some through an e-mail for me please lol ! Have a good day !
Great recipe to use up rhubarb! :)
You have a wonderful blog. There is so much to see here. I love it. I'm from Ontario, Canada (near Ottawa) and will be building a country home this summer. My life is about to change now that I have raised my kids and am now a nana. I am not a farmgirl yet but about to be. I've joined in on your party. Deb
Consider it done Country Gal! Have a great day!
I thought so too Nancy!
Hi Deb and Welcome! Nice to meet you... Please come back often to share your new life adventures!
When I go to follow your blog (and I really do want to) it asks for a pass word. Can you help me out by explaining what pass word it wants. I've never seen this before when I go to follow in the past.
Hmmm... that's strange.... I wonder if it means you need to sign in to your own google account then follow! I know I have to be signed in to my account before I can follow other blogs... I can't think of any other reason it would be asking your for a password? If you still have trouble subscribe by email! We can keep in touch that way!
Hello and thanks once again for hosting this wonderful linky- Enjoy a happy week! Rebecca @ Natural Mothers Network ( Seasonal Celebration Sunday) x
Your Strawberry Rhubarb Compote looks delish! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
About feeding chickens rhubarb ~ I have always thought that you could not feed chickens the leaves because they are toxic and will make them ill. Have your heard this? But I know they surely love the strawberry hulls! ;~P
I just stumbled across your blog hop and since I have a little backyard farm, I thought I'd follow on GFC. I love a little garden inspiration!
Hello Rebecca and thank you for your wonderful entries each week!
Hi Lady Farmer! I've read various reports about the leaves being toxic as well, but I think the biggest problem if they eat too much of it is that the the toxin in the leaves can cause hens to lay eggs with softer shells. I only have one plant and that treat they got from the leaves last week will probably be the only one for a while, but I am going to keep an eye on the eggshells to see if there is any change.
Hi Michelle and welcome! I look forward to learning more about your backyard farm too! Thank you for joining us at Dandelion House!
Thanks for hosting.....new follower here....I'd like to invite you to link up @ CountryMommaCooks party we are have a giveaway from Mountain Rose Herbs....have a great weekend : )
That does sound delish!
I had to smile at your "in the garden" post below. I feel like putting one of those on my blog too!
I am so happy I ran into your blog :) I'm looking forward to joining in on farm girl Friday !
Hi Kirby and welcome!You'll love this community of farmgirl/homesteading bloggers!
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