@rek My grandma always made a real nice rhubarb+strawberry jam. I suppose any sweater fruit would do though.
@rek She also is a big proponent of cutting/lightly cooking then freezing them for future pies/rhubarb meringues. Trickier on a boat.
@peregrine Yea I can't process anything into pies unless i plan to eat them rly quickly :P.
Could dehydrate them, but it is not incredibly warm here at the moment, and not very sunny.
For now, I'll have to stick to jams and chutneys.
@rek Maybe you could find some campfire pie irons and with the new wood stove... but yea preserves are great!
@peregrine If I see a used one somewhere I might consider it :). Could try and make wood-fired taiyaki.
@brisling A market that sells local produce.
When I said 'found', i just meant that it was the first of the season I've seen.
@rek Eh, that's also a sweet thing to have.
I miss the farmers' markets in my hometown. Best place to shop. So different from a supermarket to have a chat with the people who actually harvested your greens, and all of it under open skies.
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