I remember rhubarb being a very rare plant in Romania. My grandmother used to have one and my mom was trying to transplant some every year, but it just seemed not working, so I always lived with the impression that this plant is so fussy and rare that I won’t have it grown in my garden never ever. Ha, ha, life is so beautiful, it teaches me that rules that apply at a certain point do not always apply.
Cristina gave me a rhubarb plant which is waiting its new home on my terrace, growing like crazy. Yes, growing like there’s no tomorrow. I’m so happy I’ll have my own rhubarb plant !!!
It’s been more than 2 weeks that I bought a bunch of rhubarb and I let it throne in the fridge until today. Anne’s recipe was so inspiring and I finally decided to make the rhubarb crumble. My daughter is having a piece right now.
It’s the easiest recipe ever, preheating the oven took more than preparing the recipe from A to Z. Here how it looked before serving.