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  1. Why did I never think to freeze the zest ?!? Great tip!

  2. WOW, I try not to get too jealous of other people, but to be able to have a lemon and/or lime trees in the back yard…I’m jealous. I live in PA and lemon trees just do not grow here. Oh the possibilities when you don’t have to pay the ridiculous price; they can be so expensive.

    I submitted a great grilling recipe: http://www.familybalancesheet.org/2010/07/grilled-garlic-lemon-shrimp.html

    Thanks for the linkup.

  3. Thank you for hosting. I shared my lemon pepper shrimp scampi. I don’t have it often due to the price of shrimp. It’s a treat.

  4. Great tips! Did you know that by just adding a slice of lemon to water at the dinner table helps in digestion? I love that tip:-)

  5. Thanks for hosting! and for reminding me about the lime ginger marmalade recipe that I linked up. I really need to make that again. YUM!

  6. Oh, I am envious of the lemon tree. That would be so awesome compared to our pines!
    Thanks for the recipes, can’t wait to try them. I even found some Meyer lemons at Walmart recently that I get to try for the first time!

  7. I was so happy to see this post in my email this morning! I absolutely LOVE baking and cooking with lemons. My friends always joke with me and say “did you add lemon to it” :) I submitted my Skinny Blueberry Lemon Muffins. They freezer perfectly too!

  8. Oh honey, Kansas City is hardly the frozen tundra. :)

  9. Perfect timing! I just harvested a ‘kings ransom’ of limes from our tree in Maui! I was thinking about dehydrating the zest, but freezing it seems like a better option for on the fly baking. Thanks for the post! =)

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