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Grandma Jonna brought me rhubarb from her garden today. Apparently there is a purpose with the lea-wrapping (besides the fact that it looks BEAUTIFUL. which in my world is also a very good purpose) it keeps the rhubarb fresh and crisp.

Found the recipe via pinterest here.

Thank you so much for all your tea advice. I do have the best blog readers ever!


  1. Reply
    sara May 8, 2014

    Haha rhubarb baby :) beautiful.

  2. Reply
    Celena May 9, 2014

    Looks great! Can’t wait until we get the rhubarb from our garden too xox

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Uhmmmm. rhubarb. I want them in my garden too!

  3. Reply
    Fine May 9, 2014

    Den ser dejlig ud. Jeg er lidt i tvivl om hvor meget en ‘cup’ egentlig er? Den må prøves!

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      ja, jeg ved det faktisk heller ikke. Tog den bare på gefühlen :)

  4. Reply
    Sigga May 15, 2014

    Hey hvor er din mave??? Jeg har da stadigvæk min????
    -Det ligner min strik!!!

  5. Reply
    Alex May 20, 2014

    I see that you lost all the baby weight :)
    I have never tried rhubarb

    • Reply
      Brinja May 21, 2014

      Rhubarb is really good, you should give it a go :)

  6. Reply
    Tanja May 22, 2014

    I also love rhubarb in all kinds of variations :) And I totally like your colourful belt, would you tell me the brand or where you bought it? :)

    Many greetings from Germany, Tanja

    • Reply
      Brinja June 4, 2014

      I bought it in a second hand store many yeas ago :) thank you. b

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