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  • Lemon Pie! MMMM : )
  • Lemon pie with sweetened-condensed milk and a gram cracker crust! yummy, yum, yum! Lemon scones with either cranberries or blueberries in them. Lemon sorbet! TOTALLY ROCKS!
  • You could juice them and freeze the juice in ice-cube trays, then remove them from the tray and store in zip lock bag for rainy days. Lemon juice is always delicious, that is if you like lemon juice. If you use lemon often, they will last for about four to six week if you keep them in a brown bag and store in the crisper drawer of your fridge. Or you can pickle them. I love pickled lemons! Here's a Lemon Cake recipe: Lemon drizzle cake Ingredients * 175g butter, softened * 275g caster sugar * Finely grated zest of 2 Lemons * 3 large eggs, at room temperature * 225g self raising flour * 100ml lemon juice, freshly squeezed Method 1 Preheat oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Line a 2lb loaf tin with baking paper. Put the butter, 175g caster sugar and the lemon zest in a bowl and beat until light and fluffy – this is easiest with an electric hand mixer. 2 Add in the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition and adding a tablespoon of flour with the last one to help prevent the mixture curdling. 3 Fold in the rest of the flour and turn into the tin. Bake for about 45 minutes until risen and golden and the centre springs back when lightly pressed. 4 As soon as the cake goes in the oven put the rest of the sugar in a bowl with the lemon juice. Leave in a warm place (next to the cooker is ideal) while the cake cooks, stirring occasionally. 5 When the cake is cooked, leave it in the tin and pierce all over with a skewer. Slowly drizzle on the lemon syrup so that it soaks into the hot cake and leave to cool in the tin.
  • Eat them as they are. Just ten, straight lemons. It's fun.
  • Make Lemon Delicious. Or, throw them at someone you don't like.
  • Well, when life gives you lemons, you make LEMONADE
  • Make three homemade lemon pies and send one to Nashville.
  • If you look up some Middle Eastern recipes, they use lots of lemon juice. Hummus uses at least one. Chicken with lemon and olives uses slices of lemon. Make your own salad dressings using olive oil and lemon juice. Sometimes I put a lemon in when I squeeze orange juice, also.
  • Make lemonade.
  • Make gin and tonics
  • Throw them!
  • Sell them for 2 bucks
  • dont get bitter about it you lemon
  • Trade them for oranges and feed them to Coco the guerilla.
  • zest them...squeeze them...freeze both and use at your leisure
  • Slice them and cook them on top of fish fillets!
  • you could make lemon pepper chicken or use the lemons in your water. First you slice the lemons then you freeze them and then you can put them in your water or soda or lemonade. That's a good way of cooling your drinks without dilluting them- plus it looks really cute. After you get done with the lemons put the rinds in the sink and down the disposal- it makes your sink smell really nice without using harsh chemicals.
  • make homemade lemonade
  • Make lemon smoothies out of them.
  • I'm not sure if 10 lemons will yield two cups of lemon juice or not. My guess would be no. But, if they are large enough, maybe. Lemon Sherbet 2 cups lemon juice 5 cups sugar 1 cup water 1/8 teaspoon potassium benzoate 1/2 teaspoon lemon essence * < 60 mins 1. Heat sugar and water, in a large vessel. 2. Do not stir, bring to a boil. 3. Once boiling, stir, and cook till syrup is sticky touch. 4. It should be almost 1 thread, but not fully so. 5. Dissolve preservative (potassium benzoate) in 1 tsp. 6. syrup. 7. Cool syrup, add juice, essence, preservative. 8. Mix well, strain if required. 9. Bottle in clean sterile bottles with tight nonmetallic caps. 10. Seal as for sauces. 11. To make dilute sherbet: To 1/2 glass chilled water, add: 2 ice cubes, 2 tbsp. 12. concentrate, mix well. 13. Add pinch of salt and pepper if desired. 14. Serve chilled.
  • Make lemonade or sell them on Ebay.
  • Get yourself a bottle of Cuervo and some salt and have a party!!
  • Make lemon curd or marmalade. If you do the lemon curd you can then use that to make other things like pie or even Chinese Lemon Chicken:-)
  • Squeeze them and freeze in small plastic zipper bags. Will keep forever.If I were you I would take advantage of the price as they are 50 cents apiece in South Carolina stores. Id buy a gang and freeze.
  • Put them on your lips. Apparently, people used to use lemons as a sort of lipstick, because they bring out the colour...
  • I could use some lemonade!
  • lemon meringue pie and cookies.

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