8/24/09 update: I made the lemon blueberry buckle. A tasty merger of sweet and tart, it has 3 layers: a cake layer, a crumbly topping, and then a lemon syrup poured over the top as it comes out of the oven. Everyone else liked it, but I thought I might try it without the syrup next time. I thought the lemon overpowered the blueberries a bit. Still tasty though.I love so many things about this book... It includes a chart of baking pan equivalents and a glossary of dessert types (pandowdies, buckles, slumps, etc). The recipes are given seasonally, so it will make a great companion to the gardener or farmers' market shopper. Each recipe has the total baking time and number of servings listed clearly at the top, and offers storage guidelines for each dish as well. I was so excited by the rhubarb recipes that I went out and bought 3 pounds at the farmers' market to try them all! The Rhubarb Buckle with Ginger Crumb was so tasty I made it twice in less than a week. It's equally good as a coffee cake at breakfast or a dessert. The candied ginger in the topping complemented the tartness of the rhubarb wonderfully.