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    Lemony Foods

    An assortment of citrus recipes that call for lemons. I love lemon!
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    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    A wonderful quick and easy trifle for Easter, or anytime! Luscious lemon filling plus fresh strawberries and whipped cream are layered with angel food cake cubes in this delicious variation on my Strawberries and Cream Trifle. Tip: Can be made using part lemon curd and part lemon pie filling for a more lemony-tart version. Yum! I like to make this trifle in the morning or a day in advance, and then chill until ready to serve. Can be made in a large trifle bowl, or in individual dessert glasses. Enjoy!

    Recipe #454342

    This is such a delicious combination of flavors--vanilla and lemon--YUM!!! And so easy, too! Serve with a drizzle of recipe #171999, or a splash of Limoncello. Would be very attractive served in hollowed-out lemons. Recipe uses 2 medium lemons. From "Luscious Lemon Desserts".

    Recipe #379423

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    An old-fashioned, simple lemonade but with the extra flavor of lemon balm! Enjoyed by children and adults alike. Serve well-chilled.

    Recipe #374913

    A trio of flavored Infusions or Syrups for Lemonade etc.! I've included three different flavored infusions --- Herbal (my favorite is Lemon Verbena!), Lemon-Ginger, and Vanilla --- all from the same basic hot sugar-water base recipe. Perfectly lovely drizzled over pancakes, pastries, ice creams, or fruit salad, -or- stir into your favorite beverage such as tea, lemonade, ice-water, or cocktails. Recipe adapted slightly from BH&G.

    Recipe #171999

    A lovely soothing and restorative tisane or tea that is made by steeping black currants and fresh lemon verbena leaves in boiling water, then strained and sweetened to taste with brown sugar or honey. I've used a bag of black currant tea in place of the black currant berries with lovely results, as it is difficult to source fresh or frozen black currants here in my town. Next time I may add a spoonful of currant jam to my tea (a la Russian style), as well. The tisane - tea may be served either hot, or chilled over ice. From 'Herbal Pleasures'. Black currants are very rich in many phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, essential fatty acids and minerals. In particular, black currants are renowned for their high content in Vitamin C and potassium. They have been shown to have twice the potassium of bananas, four times the vitamin C of oranges, and twice the antioxidants of blueberries. Lemon verbena has traditionally been used to treat asthma, fever, colds, flatulence, stomach upset and diarrhea, and for its relaxing effects in teas.

    Recipe #414670

    4 Reviews |  By BecR

    A favorite spring and summertime drink of mine, using fresh or dried lavender and lemons from the garden. Wonderfully refreshing! May be served cold over ice, or hot with honey. Adapted from "The Ultimate Liquor-Free Drink Guide" by Sharon Tyler Herbst.

    Recipe #131597

    Drink this in place of plain old water--it's so simple, delicious, healthy and refreshing! I've added fresh lemon verbena along with the cucumber and lemon, as it's so plentiful in my garden right now. But any of the sweet herbs such as lemon balm, mint, or scented geranium leaves (try rose!) would also be wonderful. Or try rosemary, basil, lemon thyme or whatever herb or combination you fancy! I keep a jug of this refreshing beverage in the fridge all summer long. Each batch lasts a day or two--just keep in the fridge, and top off with more bottled water to replenish what you drink. After a couple of days you'll need to make a fresh batch. Enjoy! Recipe is easily doubled or tripled, for events etc.

    Recipe #462428

    Especially well suited for summertime entertaining-- I like to prepare this creamy chilled seafood pasta salad in the morning, refrigerate, and serve to guests in the evening outside on the patio accompanied with a crusty baguette, butter, and a good bottle of white wine! Be sure to serve this salad well-chilled.

    Recipe #129968

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    A quick, easy one pan meal that won't heat up the kitchen on those hot summer days! Kid friendly, if you omit the capers and use the lemon juice option vs. the wine. We like ours topped with Parmesan cheese at the table. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #254452

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    Elegant, quick, and EASY casserole that is good enough for company! A favorite of mine--I could eat this several times a week LOL! From my mother. Over the years, I have tweaked the original recipe to suit my tastes. Hope you like it as much as I do! (Note: you may add a dash or two of celery salt, or "Beau Monde" seasoning, to the soup mixture for extra 'ooomph', if you like, but it is excellent as written.)

    Recipe #105366

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Crisp coated fish fillets atop a bed of mashed potatoes, chopped spinach, and sour cream. Delicious! From BH&G All-Time Favorite Recipes Cookbook.

    Recipe #146615

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    A soothing blend of fresh ginger and lemon with honey. Serve hot.

    Recipe #351019

    4 Reviews |  By BecR

    Traditional hot mulled cider with white wine 'Glühmost', and the more common red wine version 'Glühwein' are served throughout the cold weather season, and are sold by-the-mug at outdoor Christmas Markets in Germany. Delicious!

    Recipe #347777

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Delicious, healthy and comforting rosehip tea with added cranberry and apple juice, lemon and honey. Enjoy! Rose hips (Hagebutten) are a wonderful source of vitamin C.

    Recipe #348619

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Tart dried cherries, red grapes, and candied pecans bring traditional waldorf salad to a new level! Makes a lovely addition to the Thanksgiving or Christmas table!! My sister's recipe, originally from Bon Appetit magazine.

    Recipe #117914

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Since inheriting a collection of antique demitasse cups (small coffee cups, French 'half-cups') from my grandmother, I've been wondering what to serve in them! I came across this simple recipe in my trusty dog-eared copy of Betty Crocker's Cookbook, and thought I'd share. Would be great served with pastries for a ladies luncheon, or as an after dinner treat. I've included the instant method as well as the more traditional brewed method. Demitasse is served in small cups, often with a twist of lemon peel. Sugar may be offered, cream usually is not.

    Recipe #307133

    A great tasting, new lite version of the old stand-by 'Cherry Cream Cheese Pie'. One of my family's favorites, makes a nice potluck dessert!

    Recipe #356265

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    A rich lemony, buttery filling--this is superb eaten as a pudding, or in a pie (see tip for making pie)! Recipe was passed down to a Southern Living Editor from her late mother, Louise Floyd of Potter's Station, Alabama. Thank you Ms. Floyd, for sharing this lovely recipe with us!

    Recipe #155008

    Holy moly this is some great guacamole! Freshness is key here--you want to use the best quality & freshest ingredients you can find for a great guacamole. Helpful Tip: The addition of white vinegar is optional--it helps retain the bright green color of your guacamole (may store in an airtight container in the fridge, for up to two days). Serve your handmade guacamole with warm tortilla chips and an ice cold beer or margarita, and your favorite Mexican meal (tacos, enchiladas, fajitas, chile rellenos). Enjoy!

    Recipe #112059

    A great summery dessert that is perfectly good on it's own or over angel food or pound cake, with a dollop of whipped cream, or over a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream. Adapted from Ina Garten's "Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics".

    Recipe #447556

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