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Saturday, 15 May 2010

Pink Saturday

Hello bloggerettes and welcome to my Pink Saturday post!
I honestly didn't know what to share today because I seem to be running out of pink, can you believe it? Well, not really, I just didn't know what to share today that would be interesting and then it hit me!


What could be more pink or enticing or scrumptious than Rhubarb pie?
So I cut myself a slice of pie and poured myself a cup of coffee and took some pictures.


I've used my pink floral dessert plate and teacup and saucer from Eaton's. I got this pretty set of dishes just before Eatons closed their stores here in Canada. I don't know whether you girls in the States have ever heard of Eatons. It was a large chain of department stores with their own catalogue, much like Sears. I shopped from both the Sears and Eatons catalogues right up until Eatons closed in the early 2000's.

Mmmm, Rhubarb pie is my favourite! There are two things I get a craving for this time of year; maple cream and rhubarb pie!
Warning: The following pictures will cause a craving for rhubarb pie, so brace yourself!
This delectable pinkness will have you going out to get rhubarb and baking a pie for you and your family, I'm sure.


Ooohh, just look at all the scrumptious pink syrup oozing from the pie! Isn't it an amazing colour?

The soft glow of the pink pillar candle on its crystal candle holder just sets everything to sparkling. Is your mouth watering yet?

Now, I want you to know that I usually put my slice of rhubarb pie into a bowl and heat it up then drizzle cream over it. Hubby likes his with vanilla ice cream. But to showcase all the pinkness I placed it on my pretty plate without any embellishment.
Hope you have enjoyed my pinkaliciousness today! Those of you on diets, I hope I have not caused you to stumble.

Now, please take some time to go see Beverly @ http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog/
and her party of pinkies for an exclusive peek into almost two hundred participants sharing their pinkness. Wishing you all a wonderful pink weekend.

NOTE: Please join me on Tuesday for Tea Time Tuesday!
Sharing from my heart~ Sandi

37 comments:

  1. Since you posted a day early - I will comment early- yes ....I too
    love rhubarb anything! Iam making rhubarb crisp with strawberries and may post it tomorrow! Like minds here!

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  2. Awesome!! I love pink pie on pink plates!! Yummy!!!!
    Happy Pink Saturday!!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  3. Waiting for hubby to get home for dinner...I just saw your yummy pie...my stomach GROWLED!!! We love Rhubarb, but we have a hard time growing it...I have heard it's an easy plant to grow...so don't know why we have such trials...because we LOVE anything rhubarb!!! Thanks for sharing! ~Donna (IA)

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  4. Hi: Love the tea cup. So dainty and pretty. The pie is just making me hungry. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  5. Love the tea cup and the pie looks so tasty!!
    HPS!
    Debbie

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  6. I'll have to look for my mom's recipe that I know is somewhere!! My husband used to love rhubarb and strawberry pie. Pretty pinks! ♥♫

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  7. I have never had the pleasure of eating rhubarb pie! It sure looks both tasty and pretty.

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  8. O, what beautiful pinks you have for us. And, that rhubarb pie...amazing. I LOVE rhubarb pie and of all the pies I've made in my looong life, I've never made one. I need to put that on my bucket list...:)

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  9. Pink Pie? weee yes please! I will be right over. lol Happy Pink Saturday. Grace

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  10. HELLO,
    YOUR PLATE IS BEAUTIFUL, BUT HUMMMMMM YUMMY THAT PIE LOOKS DELICIOUS, BOY WISH I HAD ME SOME...LOL THANKS FOR SHARING SOME OF YOUR DELICIOUS PIE WITH US :)
    HAVE A VERY HAPPY PINKY PINK SATURDAY :)

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  11. That looks yummy! I've never had rhubarb pie before.
    Pretty Pink Pix!

    Donna

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  12. Dear Sandi, do you have any leftovers? I would love to have a pc! :D.. love the pink pie on pink plates.. am sure taste pinky yummy!
    have a good weekend
    xo
    fitty

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  13. Happy Pink. Your lovely pink dishes match your blog background. My mom used to make rhubard pie for my dad. Unfortunately no one else in the family likes it so I have never made one. It sure is pretty though on your pretty plates. The candle and roses add a special tough.

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  14. Love your pink dishes, just perfect!!!


    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Xoxo
    Charo

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  15. Sweet and yummy.
    Gorgeous post Sandi!
    Happy Pink Saturday.

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  16. Happy Pink Saturday to you too my darling Sandi. Rhubarb is one of my favourites. My mum used to make rhubard ice cream which was to die for.

    Thank you for being so kind to me my luv, I truly appreciate it. You are always quick to pop in and to leave a sweet comment for me; it means the world to me. Wishing you a lovely, sunny and blessed weekend.

    Love & Hugs
    Duchess

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  17. What a nice picture makes this pink patterned china with the rhubarb pie. GLooks delicious and pretty.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  18. Lovely post I loved my moms rhubarb pie,she was from Maine and made everything homemade..remember 'lard' for piecrust?! We use to pick our own rhubarb and strawberries,mm I remember sweet tart taste.
    Thank You HPS!

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  19. Hi Sandi,
    I love rhubarb pie-I am looking forward to mine being ready for use.
    Your china from Eaton's is pretty.

    Have a great weekend,
    Carolyn

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  20. Oh my, I want to crawl inside my computer, travel through cyberspace and take a bite of that rhubarb pie! :)

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  21. You? Running out of PINKS? Say it isn't so!

    I love your pretties and the ie looks delish. I'd absoslutely go OFF my WW diet to eat some of that!

    Have a great PINK DAY~

    xoRebecca

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  22. Happy Pink Saturday! Thanks for stopping by. That pie looks so yummy!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Winona

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  23. Mmmmmm, thank you for the delicious pie!!! Your comment was so lovely, thank you! So glad I stopped by ~ HPS!

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  24. Hi Sandi and thank you for your sweet visit. When I saw what you were posting about,I had to call my husband..you see, rhubarb pie is his favorite...can you hear his whimpers??? And when I mentioned the maple creme you were talking about, he almost sobbed. You could have served him his portion on a paper plate and he still would have been so happy. :).
    Happy Pinks..have a lovely weekend..

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  25. Hi Sandi, wow that pie looks delicious and so pink. Pink food does not have calories you know lol!
    Never heard of Eatons, but its probably a store I would have loved.
    Have a wonderful weekend and I am goin to try to join you on Tuesday this week
    Barb

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  26. Oooo, Sandi, I love rhubarb pie! And you eat yours just the way I like mine, warmed with cream drizzled on it - yum, yum. Everything looks so pretty: the saucers and plates and cups. And your candle is so pretty, too. Please thoroughly enjoy a piece of pie for me :p Happy PS~

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  27. Sandi your layout of delicious goodies looks so lovely for Pink Saturday. Hope you enjoyed it!!!!

    Jillian
    Bella Rosa Antiques

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  28. I've never heard of Eaton's and I've never even seen a Rhubarb pie in person. Your post is certainly an education for this Alabama girl. It is a beautiful post for a beautiful Pink Saturday. Thank you for dropping by and leaving me a sweet comment today.

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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  29. OOOOOHHHHHHHH! I am craving some sweets especially on your darling teacup and saucer.... i vote for pink reposts since newbies like me have not seen all of your pink!
    squishy hugs,
    Olivia

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  30. I have never eaten rhubarb pie. It's a pretty pink for sure. lol Love the plates! Happy Pink Saturday!

    Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  31. Sandi, you are SOOO BAD!! Now, I'm craving a piece of pie just like that!! Have you tried the Marie Calender Razzleberry Pies? OHMYGOSH, they are easy and delish, too!

    How is your cousin doing now, bless her heart?

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  32. That is a yummy pink post !

    Love from the Netherlands ♥Rini♥
    Please come over to my blog to see the give-aways there ;o)

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  33. Hi Sandi, you always make me drool over your cakes and tea sets as well ;))!!.
    Thanks for sharing your prettty things, and also for your sweet words on my ballet shoes post.
    Monicax.

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  34. Happy Pink Saturday. WOW, you came up with a lucious pink post. The china is beautiful, and that pie, oh my looks sooo good. Have a great week.

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  35. You may think you are running out of pinks, but today you found some good ones. Loved your post and would enjoy that pie on any color plate.

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  36. I have never had rubard pie, but this looks absolutely Yummy. And the plates are beautiful too. So happy you shared today, Hope you come by and visit.
    Have a wonderful PINK week
    Cynthia

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  37. That pie looks so yummy!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Winona
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I am delighted to have you visit me and I read every comment. Please forgive me for not being able to visit you all as there are so many of you lovely bloggy friends now. I will visit as much as possible. I wish you a day filled with JOY! ~ Sandi

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