I was so tickled when I came across this 1911 Thanksgiving Dinner Menu listing Rhubarb Pie as the final item. Just this morning I'd spoken with a friend about bringing Strawberry-Rhubarb Pies to her home next Thursday, noting that while not the traditional Pumpkin Pie, we do have lots of Rhubarb in the garden right now, and everyone loves my pies! It's great to see that, indeed, Rhubarb was the pie of choice a hundred years ago; I'd say it's time to bring it back to the Thanksgiving table!!
By the way, Pre-Ordering for Rhubarb Crowns begins in 2 weeks! I promise, you will love growing this beautiful Perennial Vegetable!!
Well, that's it for the moment, Friends...
We do wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving, and we hope to see you (and your gardening pals) here next Saturday, the 25th for our Green Saturday Sale!
Many thanks, and Happy Harvests, Jo Anne, Alex, Lalo, Jake & Charlie
Believe it or not,we're already working on the 2018 Heirloom Tomato line-up ... and as always, we'd love your input!
Can you tell us:
Which varieties did you love from last year?
Which varieties could you live without?
Which varieties do you wish we'd offer?
Here's what to do:
1. Click on this link to review the 2017 Tomato Line-Up
2. Email your comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each Respondent will receive a Voucher for 1 Free Tomato Plant!