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?
Just in time for the holidays, mix up a batch of grapefruit-based pompelmocello. Sorta like limoncello, but with the added complexity of grapefruit zest.
When limoncello is old news - add any and all citrus for whatever-cello.
Homemade limoncello requires nothing more than a bit of time and patience during the winter citrus season. The reward is a tart, aromatic, alluring Meyer lemon liqueur.
My recipe for Meyer lemon and rosemary lemonade, and limoncello made with Meyer lemon zest. I'll be finishing the limoncello based on another recipe this time around!
A twist on the classic Italian lemon liqueur, with cream and vanilla.
Limoncello is an Italian digestif of lemons and grain alcohol. It's the perfect way to capture the last of the season's citrus. (You can use any citrus you like!)
Meyer limoncello - a great way to use up all those lemons (and an easier recipe that doesn't have you zesting them all day).
Use scraps from preserving Meyer lemons or making lemon curd to enjoy a sweet winter liqueur!
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