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img_1840Well, my little freelancing and rhubarb-loving butt has done it again! Ok, maybe not little, but the latter two statements are true! This month on HaveHeart, I have written an article on Rhubarb Mush. Avid readers of my blog will remember reading the original post here. However, it’s been all spiffied up with my editor Heather’s magic fingers. Why not take a look? I think that you will enjoy reading it again. :-)

img_1836Rhubarb Mush Recipe

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  1. in september.
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