This is a great outdoor barbeque dessert.
This is a fantastic tasting dessert. It actually looks very cool in a glass tumbler, ideally the kind you would serve whiskey in.
Particularly good with cheese and smoked fish.
Most rhubarb recipes will have you stew them in sugar. If you want to make a less sweet version, try this version.
Serve as a dessert in a fruit nappy, or as a side condiment to some pork, or on ice cream or yoghurt.
This goes great with Mexican food. You can also make a warm version of this.
This is an easy, peasy, very different dessert, yet still a very classic finish to a meal, combining cheese and fresh fruit.
This is a cheat’s version, but who’ll complain if you hand it to them?
A very easy and interesting accompaniment for meats such as pork or lamb, or for patés.