1cupall purpose flourOat and whole wheat will also work.
3cupsQuaker Old Fashioned oatsQuick cooking will be okay if that's what you happen to have.
Slice and chunk the strawberries. Pieces that aren't uniform in size and shape will allow the rhubarb and honey/flour to mix in well. Cut the rhubarb into 1/4" pieces.
Mix the cinnamon into the flour, and then mix in the honey. It will be very thick.
Warm the butter to room temperature.
Mix the salt into the oatmeal.
Beat the butter and syrup together. It doesn't have to be perfectly blended.
Combine these ingredients into a crumble topping. If you've made a crumble topping using white sugar you'll notice a difference in texture. That's normal.
Butter a 9" x 13" pan. Pour the strawberry rhubarb mixture into the bottom and add the crumble to the top. Pat down lightly.
Bake at 350° for 30 minutes.
Cooking with Chef Robin, On The Fire, Big Wild Radio.