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rhubarb bars

rhubarb bars
Posted: 04/23/2012 6:45:22 PM
After you combine the rhubarb to put on the crust, do you cook the rhubarb mixture before baking?
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Re:rhubarb bars
Posted: 04/24/2012 07:56:39 AM
casey6565, I am sorry but I am not sure which rhubarb bars recipe you are referring to. If you could go back to that recipe and "Ask a Question" again but this time do not edit the "Topic Subject", just leave it as what comes up in there and then in the "Topic Message" just type "Rhubarb Bars". This will give me the info I need and then I can reply to your original question. Sorry for the extra work!

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