Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie at the Yellow Springs Street Fair this Saturday, June 13

Tempting, isn't it? Almost too pretty to eat. Homemade by my culinary-gifted husband Scott, it's made with fresh, locally-grown strawberries and rhubarb. And if you're in Yellow Springs, Ohio this Saturday, June 13, you can discover that it tastes even better than it looks. It's edible art!

Stop by booth #126 (if you're facing the Little Art, we'll be on the right). We'll have pies, my quilts and quilted art, and copies of Gravity Fiction, a new anthology of short stories by college writers, with commentary on the craft of writing fiction. Gravity Fiction is edited by Scott, a man of many talents, and I did the layout and cover design.

There are many other interesting things to check out at the Yellow Springs Street Fair. Be sure to stop by and say "Hi!"

3 comments:

OliveStreetStudio said...

YUM! My MIL brought one to our house a couple years ago - and I had never eaten Strawberry-Rhubarb pie before - and it is FANTASTIC! How I wish I lived in Ohio....ENjoy the fair.

Ilena said...

Delicious! We have a rhubarb plant here and I finally made pie with it this year. It didn't last long and I was the only one eating it! Your DH's looks so pretty but it wouldn't be safe around me either!

JafaBrit's Art said...

oh dear, that looks incredibly tempting, I just LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE rhubarb pie.