Friday, 14 June 2013

30 Day Snap #14 | Rhubarb and Snails


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Organic Rhubarb
Organic Rhubarb

Two pictures today. Woop. 

We've been spending a LOT of time in our garden this month. This is not an understatement, we've spent more time in it this last few weeks than we did the whole of 2012! 

I think because Darcy enjoys being outside so much and it's the biggest space she has to run off all her crazy toddler energy. 

Matt and I have been doing a lot of work out there (full blog post coming in a month or so) so it's becoming a more and more welcoming place to be. Part of our outdoor renovations have included cutting out a ton of big bushes at the end of the garden that we don't venture down to often. After we chopped and chopped we found a huge, healthy rhubarb bush! Whhhaaattt? We've been growing organic produce all this time??! Brilliant!

We picked some for crumbles and giving to family and Darcy made a little slimy 'snawl fwend' too. 

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37 comments:

  1. Oohhh you must make some delicious food with that rhubarb Louise! That little snail made me think, maybe you should get Darcy a pretty little fish or something. You could teach her how to look after it :)

    www.maryheidi.blogspot.com
    xx

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  2. I had a rehearsal today, and tomorrow I have a performance! Great photos by the way!

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  3. oooo lovely, now you can make rubharb crumble! Yum :) i love rhubarb crumble. will be great to see your post on your garden x

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  4. I have one too :) you should try making rhubarb tart and jam with banana. Both amazing xxx

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  5. That snail is acutally kind of cute. I'm only at war with slugs but them I hate with a passion.
    Do you also always feel guilty when accidentally crushing a snail under your shoe? I do for sure :(

    xx

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  6. I can just imagine you saying Whhhaaattt? Haha xx

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  7. Your pictures are always so amazing Louise :) you and Darcy.. and even Matt to could all make something with the rhubarb... I used to do that with my nan when i was younger and they are some really great memories for me :)

    Today I went shopping.. again (oopsie) but got a really amazing satchel bag for holiday :) thats my picture for today!

    To anyone else who reads this please check out my blog and leave your link on any of my posts and ill be sure to check you out to :)

    Have a great weekend! Im off to a BBQ in the rain now... wooohoooo

    XXXX

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  8. I would love the recipe for that crumble! haha :) I've just been shopping all day (bought makeup as always!)

    laurenslittleblogs.blogspot.co.uk
    xx

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  9. Ooooooo rhubarb crumble. Sounds lovely. Lets hope the weather holds out for more sunny days, x

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    David

    www.malefashionuk.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. hey louise...I bet you get this a lot and I bet it annoys you a tad...but I really love your blog and your amazing personality and well...you! And it would be a dream come true if you had a little nosy through my blog. It would be amazingly fabby! My blog is basically little crafty bits and bobs...but...to do with glitter! YAYAYAYAY! Thanks, love you! -Skye xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  12. What a great thing to find in your garden!

    http://alittlebitsunshine.blogspot.co.uk/

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    please louise... :)

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  14. gorgeous photos! my gran always makes homemade rhubarb crumble and its ah-mazing!

    bec X
    honeythumb.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. rhubarb bush is called rabarber buske on swedish, in case you wanted to know ;) /swedish fan

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  16. What an amazing find. And it's grown with no help at all brilliant. I do love a good rubarb crumble, not had one for ages.

    Carrieanne x

    http://beautiesunlocked.blogspot.co.uk/

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  17. Just found your blog on bloglovin and its so cute! Soooo nice to find a funny, smart, mama blog that's British!
    Wayhey

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  18. Lovely! I LOVE rhubarb crumble :) Today I went to bletchly park, its the home o the code breakers during ww2. It was quite interesting but VERY confusing :/
    Alice x
    http://alicethecamel1.blogspot.co.uk

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  19. Rhubarb is a strange looking...fruit? Is it a fruit? It's lovely to grow your own food. We have a vegetable patch with potatoes and they always tastes amazing.

    http://sunnyfunnyworld.blogspot.co.uk

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  20. Hehe i love your blog posts, check out mine thankyou :)xx
    Allyybeautyy.blogspot.co.uk

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  21. I picked some rhubarb today too! We are making a strawberry rhubarb tart for dessert tonight!

    http://ring-a-roundarosey.blogspot.com

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  22. I went on a mini beauty shopping spree... I haven't slept for two days so I am exhausted!

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  23. great pic!

    - Janine
    http://theeoptimist.blogspot.com

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  24. I can't stand rhubarb :S still loved reading this though! Today I posted my first ever review on my blog and then had a dominos.. it was rather tasty :D xxx

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  25. Mmmm Rhubarb crumble! Best British pudding in my opinion :) So much better an apple crumble!

    Rachel Xxx

    rachellouisehenderson.blogspot.co.uk

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  26. Sounds like so much fun! Darcy is going to have such happy memories of her mum & dad! Today so far, cooked breakfast for my family. Now scanning pictures! : D

    spacealah.blogspot.com

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  27. Oooooo that snail picture looks amazing. I've never tryed rhubarb crumble but it sounds really cool!

    randombrilliancewithme.blogspot.co.uk

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  28. The snail is so cute, love the photos! xxx

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  30. The knob in me thought the rhubarb was a caterpillar...I'm gonna go get my glasses now -_-

    xxx

    www.oliviasword.blogspot.co.uk

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  31. Rhubarb and banana crumble is an awesome pudding. Have you tried it?

    Lucy x

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  32. Rhubarb crumble is my favourite!!

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  33. Love the photos :) xxx

    http://jeminixlife.blogspot.com

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  34. I love rhubarb, I get mine from my gran and make rhubarb and custard cake with it x

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