Highlighted Blog #22 – Seriously Seeking Answers

Why? How is it that I believe what I believe? And is it right? The Seriously Seeking Answers blog is written by a woman who constantly questions her own beliefs, and I love that. But it’s not all seriousness. She also has fun animal pics and some recipes and other info.

The frost sadly zapped my annual flowers early this year. But as the saying goes, “The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away.” And the fall leaves, which seem to need a good freeze to get really colorful, are making up for the lost flowers. Here is the view from my kitchen window in the […]

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Highlighted Blog #19 – Queen Keto

Really great recipes for a low-carb diet. Yum. I’m not really doing a keto diet anymore, but I do find that I have more energy and feel less hungry all the time when I’m low-carb so recipes like the ones on this site are a treasure!

90 Seconds Low Carb English Crumpets. Or English Muffins? Whatever you want to call them, they are just 1g net carbs and totally wholesome. All you need is 10 minutes from start to finish. Tried and tested with a stopwatch. Even ketohusband can do it! No mess. Zero difficulty. Ready […] The post 90 SECONDS…

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  • For the month of November (the month of Thanksgiving in the United States), I’m sharing some of the blogs I’m thankful for. If you want thankful posts from my own personal day-to-day stuff, check out my Inspired By and Thankful For blog.

Rhubarb Butter

IMG_0225I looooove rhubarb. I love it so much that I still have carefully portioned-out potential pies of chopped rhubarb from last year in my freezer since it was too special to actually use. And I’m feeling pretty silly about that as I look at this year’s first harvest. What should I do with this all? Who loves rhubarb as much as I?

My dad.

And when I harvested this Father’s Day was right around the corner. I took this picture to share with him then hit the Internet for ideas. He lives far away from me, and I wanted to find something that could ship. To my delight I discovered Rhubarb Butter!

We were still pretty busy with the move, and the weather was hot so we (Chris and I) adjusted the recipe a bit. Chris used a paper cutter (with the guard removed) to cut the stalks into 2-3-inch-pieces (saving my arthritic hands ‘cuz he’s awesome). Then we put them all into our crock pot on our porch and cooked and stirred for almost two days.

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I then sent the mixture through our Ninja then put it back on the stove for a final boil-down.

Years ago Chris figured out that if we put our canning jars in the dishwasher and used the drying cycle, they would easily seal once we added ingredients. Right before the dishwasher was done, I added sugar and cinnamon. That’s it.

 

Soooooo easy, and delicious! I had never thought to put cinnamon with my rhubarb before. This rhubarb butter (called butter for its texture) is fantastic on toast, over ice cream, and in my homemade yogurt.

If you have a plethora of rhubarb, I highly recommend this procedure.

PS. My dad loved it, too.

PPS. The horrid-looking crock pot cleaned really easily.

PPPS. I didn’t add food coloring so it doesn’t look the prettiest. But personally I prefer not adding those chemicals.