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    It was a winner

    I tried the rhubard custard it was a big hit kids men and women loved it http://www.quiltingboard.com/recipes...t-t220566.html
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    gave the recipe to daughter-in-law as she grew fresh rhubarb and she made it for Mother's day dinner and it was wonderful.......

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    Made it this week.mi agree, yummy. Thanks for the recipe.
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    It was a winner

    Quote Originally Posted by donnaluigi View Post
    I tried the rhubard custard it was a big hit kids men and women loved it http://www.quiltingboard.com/recipes...t-t220566.html
    Picked our first rhubarb yesterday and made this dessert.....it was wonderful. Makes you want to go back for seconds!!

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    donnaluigi, did you use a full pint (2 cups) of whipping cream? I have seen this recipe written several times, in two different ways. One calls for a 1 cup of cream, and one calls for 1 pint of cream which is 2 cups. I just wondered what worked for you. Thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piepatch View Post
    donnaluigi, did you use a full pint (2 cups) of whipping cream? I have seen this recipe written several times, in two different ways. One calls for a 1 cup of cream, and one calls for 1 pint of cream which is 2 cups. I just wondered what worked for you. Thanks so much.
    I used a pint it was perfect one cup would be to small it is suppose too be a custard. I also mixed the rhubuarb and the sugar together before I sprinkled on top of the cake mix.

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    Can you send a link or point me to the recipe? Sounds good. Thanks.
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    Thanks donnaluigi! This really sounds good to me, and I can't wait to try it.

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    QuiltnLady1, look at donnaluigi's original post. She posted the link to the recipe.

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