What Do I Do With All These Meyer Lemons

Dated: 11/14/2016

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It's that time of year again for delightful Meyer lemons! Meyer lemons were first introduced in 1908 and are thought to be a cross between a regular lemon and a mandarin orange. So, they are much sweeter than your conventional lemon. 

Yesterday, a close friend sent me home with about twenty of these large, thin skinned fruits and, other than limoncello, I couldn't decide what to do with these sweet wonders! I searched the internet for what seemed like hours and came across this great article on 100 things to do with a Meyer lemon by Amy Scattergood, food editor of the Los Angeles Times. Enjoy!

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Barbara Golden

Barbara, a native New Orleanian, works by the Golden Rule of treating people how she would like to be treated: with patience and a strong professional charisma. After 20+ years of living on the Norths....

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