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This sweet-and-tart cake bursting with blackberries and rhubarb is delicious served with coffee. Draining the rhubarb will keep the cake from becoming soggy.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, May 2001
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  • BoopaCA
    20 MAY, 2011
    Reading the directions in reverse order: Step 3 calls for 1 tablespoon sugar; Step 2 calls for 2/3 cup; so that would mean the H should have been 1/3 cup. Having said that, rhubarb is one of those ingredients that may require MORE or LESS sugar ... to suite your taste.
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  • MissRoxy
    16 JUL, 2010
    I am assuming it means 1 heaping cup since she stated above in the ingredients list that it was 1 cup plus 1 TBS of sugar. Hope this helps
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  • lindaleehammack
    10 JUL, 2010
    Under #1 in directions; what is "H" cup?
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