Lemon glut

Old Dec 1st 2013, 4:58 am
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Any recipes, ideas what to do with lots of lemons
Slice in G&T or cold dry cider, squeezed on fish dosn't use many!
There must be some Kiwi ideas.
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make lemon curd
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make lemon curd
Excellent idea Mrs F I haven't had lemon curd for years and used to love it. OK best recipes ?
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this one looks easy

http://whatscookingamerica.net/LemonCurd.htm
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Lemonade? Maybe freeze the excess.
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Limoncello?
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Grate the zests & pack into little bags for the freezer. Squeeze or juice the pulp & pour into ice cube bags or containers. With both of these ideas, you'll have the taste of summer all year round.
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Preserved lemons for Moroccan Lebanese cooking
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Many thanks peeps, thats the lemons taken care of....
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Grate the zests & pack into little bags for the freezer. Squeeze or juice the pulp & pour into ice cube bags or containers. With both of these ideas, you'll have the taste of summer all year round.
Yup ! That's what most ladies do around here. I also give them away to people I know with no citrus bushes .

I do make some lemon curd , lemon meringue pies & lemon puds .
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I make lemon sorbet & lemon cheesecake. I also supply the theatre in Orewa with them too.
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Buy plenty of bottles of Gin

Buy plenty of bottles of Signature Range Tonic Water

Mix the two with ice and squeeze the juice from the lemon and jobs a good un - Lemon G&T lovely

Or if you like Chinese food, buy some cornflour and then mix the cornflour in with the lemon juices, before wrapping them over chicken. You'll have a delicious lemon chicken sorted.
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Yup ! That's what most ladies do around here. I also give them away to people I know with no citrus bushes .

I do make some lemon curd , lemon meringue pies & lemon puds .
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I love lemons
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So does Mr BEVS.
I therefore think there may be some temporal lobe damage in there somewhere.
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Half a lemon used to be the 1/2 time mouth cleanser during a Rugby match until oranges became available......whenever I get a meal with lemons to squeeze I still can't resist eating the whole thing I have def got the damage...no sense of smell left any more, but it can help with weight loss, can't smell bacon sizzling in the morning nor a Balti when you step out of the pub!
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