Creamy smoothness experienced in every sweet and
She considers this one to be absolutely divine.
as it sprays its fragrance throughout my home.
This is truly handy...especially when less
desirable odours linger from say...fish meals.
back to lemons and dessert.
my top ten ingredients to have on hand.
Not only does it pack tons of immune system building
antioxidants and a huge dosage of Vitamin-C...
Lemons were originally developed as a cross between the lime and the citron and are thought to have originated in China or India, having been cultivated in these regions for about 2,500 years. Their first introduction to Europe was by Arabs who brought them to Spain in the 11th century around the same time that they were introduced into Northern Africa. The Crusaders, who found the fruit growing in Palestine, are credited with bringing the lemon to other countries across Europe. Like many other fruits and vegetables, lemons were brought to the Americas by Christopher Columbus in his second voyage to the New World in 1493, and have been grown in Florida since the 16th century. Ref: WholeFoods--Photo: foodloversodyssey.typepad.com
The second most used is the 'Lisbon' lemon which is slightly
Also, keep in mind the incredible versatility of this recipe.
. Place the cookie mix onto the pie plate. Press the crust down with the bottom of a small measuring cup or the backside of a spoon. Set aside.
. Clean the whisks and dry carefully.
. Meanwhile, separate the eggs and set aside the yolks in a tiny bowl.
. In another medium size bowl, whip the egg whites until frothy. Gradually add the sugar and beat until soft peaks have formed. Afterwards, the egg yolks can be added one at the time. Beat well between each yolk.
Remember to take the pie out and
I'm in lemon heaven with this cool mousse pie.
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