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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Lemon...

 OMYGOSH...!!!

I never thought I would say this....

I found something I love even BETTER
than.....

LEMON CURD

It's gotta be the
BEST
LEMON SAUCE....
        EVER !



 You HAVE to use fresh lemons to make this amazing
I-can-eat-it-with-a-spoon  LEMON SAUCE.

Bottled lemon juice is good.....but doesn't compare to fresh lemon juice.


I like for my lemons to be a little bit soft...
you can really get all the juice.

I bought this little glass juicer at WALMART ....
i love it...
(don't forget to remove the lemon seeds before using your juice...:)

If you like LEMON....
and you use only FRESH LEMONS....
I cross my heart and hope to die
that you will CHERISH this recipe.....forever and ever, AMEN !

LEMON SAUCE TO CURL YOUR HAIR

1 Egg, beaten
1 cup Sugar
6 tablespoons FRESH Lemon Juice
Zest of ONE LEMON
 ( I didn't add this as I was running behind for a Bunco party)
1 Tablespoon of butter or margarine
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Mix and cook  over medium heat, all (except butter) until thick, stirring often.
Remove from heat and add butter.
Makes 1 1/2 cups of  LUSCIOUS sauce.

I made a double batch to fill my VINTAGE IRONSTONE GRAVY BOAT.
(I love love love using any of my olden ironstone and use it every chance I get. :)

This sauce is good on cake, cookies, ice cream .....ANYting you like LEMON on.

I am just about to dip a STRAWBERRY in it and I'll bet it's delish !



YEP....I was right..!!.....DELICIOUS !
 *****
I'm making this my WEEKLY TOP SHOT.

IT BROUGHT ME TO MY KNEES......

XOXO bj


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happy hour friday
pink sat.  (....remember RED is just a deeper color of PINK..)
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30 comments:

  1. Love lemon curd! Just give me a jar or bowl full and a spoon. Don't need another temptation like lemon sauce.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  2. I think I have everything for this! And it looks like food for the gods! Your photos are perfect to set the heart for craving!

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  3. I'm going to have try your recipe. It's different than ours, and seems easier, at least for me. I still have some good lemons on my tree.

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  4. Bookmarked! Sounds like a winner with pound cake one day for coffee with Ma:@)

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  5. Sounds so delicious. I will have to try this soon. xo

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  6. oh my gosh, this looks and sounds amazing!!!!!!!!!!! I've written it down,

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  7. That sounds wonderful! I can picture it dribbled over pound cake.

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  8. Ohhhhh...just in time to add to my Easter folder. It looks so yummy!

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  9. Sounds delicious. Keeping this recipe for sure. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  10. Your recipe sounds like mine, I love it and always use fresh lemons. Love it.

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  11. I don't think I've ever treid a lemon sauce. At all. Anywhere. But it looks good. And Grace loves anything lemon. We might just have to try it sometime when she's here.

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  12. Love, adore, can't get enough of lemon curd, so I probably would love this....copying it down. Thanks! Have a fabulous weekend....but I know you will!!

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  13. Looks good, BJ! Lemons are .50 ea this week here, so I will wait till they come down! Love your header. Did you do it yourself? Very St. Patricky! Thanks again for linking to the blog crawl.

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  14. Thanks for sharing this bj ... looks like something I would love drizzled over a nice plain cake. Strawberries and lemon sauce??? Our friends gave us some lemons last week that were bigger than grapefruit and had 3/4 cup of juice in each. Made lemon pudding but still have some juice left.
    You make everything look so pretty and delicious.
    Have a great week-end.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  15. I LOVE anything lemon flavored, so I'm sure I'd love this!! And you're so right about using fresh lemons...they're definitely better! Have a great weekend!!

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  16. I do believe you could make anything sound good. However, anything you have shared so far has been blue ribbon winners.

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  17. Well, I hope this does not curl my hair - it is curly enough!! However, I must try the recipe - it sounds heavenly. Thanks for sharing it with us!!

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  18. HPS, bj! Wow, you had me at lemon... lol Thanks for the recipe, dear blog friend, and for the sweetest comment ever about my pink princess :) Autumn hugs from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  19. Oh boy! Another yummy recipe I'll have to try. I've already made a few of your recipes, bj, and I love them ALL.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  20. bj- It is midnight and I am in bed drooling over your lemon. It makes me want to rush downstairs and MAKE THIS! You are such a bad influence on me that I can't stand it-lol xo Diana

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  21. It sounds divine! The photos are tantalizing. I love your glass juicer!

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  22. That looks absolutely delicious. Every blog I visit is like meeting someone new. Thanks for letting me visit.
    Susan @amazingcouponanddiscountdeals

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  23. Oh my goodness, that makes my mouth water:) You do that to me A LOT! I will certainly give this a try! Have a blessed day dear BJ, HUGS!

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  24. Oh, I love lemon anything! You have my mouth watering :)
    Susan

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  25. I will declare you the lemon Queen! mmm..this looks wonderful!

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  26. This looks so good. I'm a lemon fan and have that juicer, that was my grandmother's. I guess we've been lemon fans for a long, long time. Thanks for visiting Buttercup's and please stop by often.

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  27. If your gravy boat is missing from one of the photographs, I'm the guilty party. :-) This looks sooo good, BJ!

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  28. Oh yum! I never heard of this, but I love lemon curd and I know I'll love this! Thank you for the recipe!

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj