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When I was a little girl, I can remember my grandma making strawberry rhubarb crisp throughout the summer months using fresh produce from her garden. Warm, comforting, and sweet, this dessert was a staple at grandma’s house, and it helped create many good memories throughout the years.
Create some memories of your own by making this lovely dish for your family and friends. It’s incredibly simple to make and only requires a few ingredients. Strawberry rhubarb crisp pairs well with any picnic food, Sunday dinner, or as a midnight snack.
Recipe courtesy of Anne Burrel from Food Network.