Try A Speedy #Lemon Pudding

We find our lemon tree laden with fruit from about December to May.

2016-05-22 Lemons- last ones on our tree

Our last lemons

The lemons are irregular in size and taste pungent.

2016-05-22 Lemons-our irregular lemons

Our irregular lemons

For our daily waking up drink, we use them sliced in hot water and honey. When there is a glut of lemons, I make a speedy lemon posset. I just whip about one pint or half a litre of cream. When it is firming up, I add the juice of about six lemons. Sugar is added to taste. I freeze the posset in bags to eat with a sweet tart.

Lemons slices are good for wiping dust off indoor plant leaves too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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