Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Lemons are among the most productive fruit trees, and many can bear fruit for nearly half the year. One tree can produce far more lemons than a family can readily use. That is, unless you make an effort to utilize all this sour fruit has to offer.
This lemon curd is so delicious, you'll want to devour it with a spoon! Ready in 20 minutes & so simple: Spread on toast, spoon over ice cream, fill lemon tarts or bake into pie!
Bright, sweet, and oh so lemony, homemade lemon curd is the best thing ever to spread on your scones. Or directly on your tongue.
Super easy and wonderfully tasty this lemon and ginger curd gives you summer sunshine all year round.
Simple puckery goodness is homemade lemon curd, made even better with Meyer lemons.
Using preserved lemons or limes to substitue for fresh lemons is a great way to add some serious complexity to your next dessert. This curd is smooth as silk and tastes like a salted citrus caramel.
Lemon curd doesn't get any easier than using your Vitamix. No fancy blender? Then choose to make it in the microwave. Either way you will enjoy this bright lemon curd!
If you love Lemond Curd, but have always been scared of its high butter content, this recipe is for you. This low-fat version is at least as good as the traditional one.
Our Meyer Lemon tree is loaded with fruit right now...And I love to keep a jar of homemade lemon curd in the fridge.
Sunshine-yellow and slightly sweeter than Eurekas, Meyer lemons make a lovely, delicately flavored lemon curd.