[london.food] Solving the lemon glut

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From: Rev Simon Rumble
Subject: [london.food] Solving the lemon glut
Date: 04:58 on 28 Sep 2006
Well I've been getting through a fair few lemons since my last post.  
One went up the butt of a roast chicken.  A bunch have gone into 
lemonade.  Everyone said my first batch was too strong, where I used 1 
part water, 1 part sugar, 1 part lemon juice.  I'm now on about 3 parts 
water to 1 part sugar and 1 part lemon juice.  That seems more doable.

And my brother asked me for the recipe to the simple lamb salad I made 
last night.  I've never written it down or measured for it, but here's 
about what it is.  I'm sure you'll get the idea.  It also used up a fair 
few lemons.


I'm also freezing a bunch of lemon juice for addition to gin and tonics.  
These lemons are pretty damn sour though!  Some of them are bigger than 
grapefruits.  Probably the result of my Mum's incredible soil here.

Rev Simon Rumble <simon@xxxxxx.xxx>

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