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August 29, 2008

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Simona

That's some lemon harvest! Lemon sorbet, perhaps?

Ed

I'm very jealous of your lemon tree. Ours is pathetic and spindly yielding one lemon this year, the first in three years. And now the possums are eating the bark.

Susan

Adam and Eve would have been in *just* as much trouble with this tree as the apple. ; } I would be tempted to pluck them all straight away.

Callipygia

If that recipe doesn't prompt me to finally make preserved lemons, nothing ever will. Sounds divine and yeah, those quails far too bony to eat.

Johanna

yes your lemons look gorgeous and bountiful - and they do add something to so many meals (as well as looking lovely in the fruit bowl) - this is a good reminder to me that I must remember the preserved lemons buried deep in the back of my fridge

Ricki

I'm so envious of that lemon tree! Gorgeous. I think I'd rather have an abundance of lemons than mint. . .though they'd go nicely together, I'd wager :)

Shula

Wish I'd read this before I came to visit.

Not a bloody lemon in the house.

I would have done you the most Enormous Favour and taken a bag off your hands.

Next time.

vegetablej

Oh. Oh and oh. If that's what late winter looks like where you live I can only sigh. Gorgeous lemons paired up with complementary violet on your so pretty new homesite.

How about making some lemon liqueur with a few of them? I'm also thinking lemon and black pepper vodka.

Cheers to your new site!

Holler

Oh, yes, I will have some of that! Beautiful photos Lucy :)

Aimee

With lemons at my local store costing me 2/$.99, it looks like money does grow on trees! I'm glad you appreciate your bounty and I've got 50 things off the top of my head of what I would do with a plethora of lemons.

Destiny

Thank you for visiting my blog! I hope you realize how lucky you are to have too many lemons! They are so expen$ive here, especially for organic. :o( Do you ever just juice a bunch of them, then freeze it for later? Or make candied peels? That's something I've wanted to do for a long time now. Have fun!

Lisa

Just gorgeous. I've been so busy lately! I'm just getting caught up on all of your latest entries just now.

Rosa

Aaaaaaaaah... (well, you know how I feel about lemons!).

Wendy

Sounds beautiful. And once again, I envy your lemon tree. :)

Nora

Oh Lucy, I am so envious of that lemon tree! I've always wanted a lemon tree....

Will you be posting the lemon & vanilla marmalade?

Mari

I love these images...breathtaking.

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