Thursday, November 30, 2006

Rhubarb yogurt

I love rhubarb yogurt. It is a standard yogurt flavor in the UK. You can even buy generic rhubarb yogurt. My new favorite breakfast is rhubarb yogurt with grapenuts, two cups of PG Tips white, no sugar, and a glass of ruby red grapefruit juice.

I'm LUCKY.

8 comments:

Coaster Punchman said...

I assume PG Tips white means regular PG Tips with milk. I'm out, by the way. Come back immediately.

Bramley Apple Pies! said...

Rhubarb (shouldn't you be spelling it) yoghurt sounds tasty. But you still can't get pickles.

Melinda June said...

Nice picture, Brad.

CP, your box of PGT is sitting in a pile of things waiting to be shipped your way. They'll be to you before Christmas.

Bramley Apple Pies! said...

It's Bubbles from the Canadian TV show Trailer Park Boys. I believe they play that on one of the BBC channels over there, do they not?

Best. Show. Evar.

(Finally figure out an end around that lets me post. Hurrah!)

Melinda June said...

Of course it's Bubbles. You know, you'd make a mean Bubbles for Halloween.

Bubs said...

I love rhubarb pie, especially strawberry rhubarb pie.

Does rhubarb yogurt taste like rhubarb pie, but without the buttery crust?

Melinda June said...

yes, bubs, but slightly creamier.

Sherry said...

I LOVE the rhubarb yogurt in the UK - I can't get it here in the U.S. I like mine with some Dorsett cereal & almonds mixed in and maybe some sliced strawberries. I also got addicted to the salt & vinegar flavored mini rice cakes which I ALSO can't get here (Americans are all into their sour cream & onion, but the salt & vinegar flavored stuff is sadly lacking). These rice cakes are great to dip in hummus & I saved a mint in meals last October in London by having veggies & rice cakes with hummus for some lunches. A good picnic of that & some "offcut" gourmet cheeses from the cheese shop at Marylebone station with baguette made a lovely & memorable picnic in the courtyard of the Tate Modern.