I love rhubarb! But I do have to cook it with enough sugar to make it just right.
I usually make a rhubarb pie, but this time I just cooked it with some water, sugar. To thicken it I used potato flour, its like maizena, you just stir it with a little water.
I served it with some whipped cream, the combination is perfect, and used the last remains of the shortbreads (note to self, make more) as a little touch.
There is two types of cream, one ordinary at the back and soy whipping cream at the front. I've found a good alternative: Alpro Airy&creamy, not to strong on the soy taste, and very similar to ordinary cream when you whip it! It's slightly whiter than the ordinary one.
It's usually a great success, even though they are teenagers and usually have other plans than hanging out with their ancient mothers and aunts.
Good weather means outside joy, swimming in the little lake, playing games, making and eating food outside etc.
Rain means, well, we still will enjoy it of course, but suddenly we realize how big and tall (and loud) these teenagers have become, and the cabin seems very tiny.
I'm keeping a close eye on the weather forecast!