|Photo and recipe from Taste of Home|
Actually easier than an apple crisp since there is no time spent peeling fruit, this dessert is wonderful. Hubby ate his ice cream; I just savored the sweet fruit. It was a great birthday. We packed up and left the cabin right away this morning, ate breakfast at a restaurant which had just won a "taste of the town" contest for their apple cranberry stuffed french toast. This is what hubby got for his meal; I had eggs, but did sample his french toast. Then we made a short detour to Tomahawk to visit one of my favorite quilt shops. Once home, we got to skype with our daughter and granddaughter. Afterwards I got birthday calls from a dear cousin in Texas and then one from my brother.
All that excitement and unpacking left me not to motivated to make supper. That's when I saw the rhubarb recipe on Facebook. I quickly defrosted some cod, breaded it and baked it in the oven. Served it with that new minute rice medley which has quinoa in it, plus stir fried asparagus and a spinach salad. I thought the supper was quite healthy and certainly earned me the right to indulge in that warm, gooey dessert. Now I need to catch up on emails, finish unpacking, and maybe catch a little television. It's also time to start a new book. Finished two World War II stories while at the cabin and will be blogging about them this week.
What are you fixing for special meals this spring?