Lemons are such an easy way to dress up any table in your home and they last for several days! If you want the drama of a flower arrangement but not the cost, try something different, buy a bag of Lemons! Your house will have the clean scent of lemon verbena.
I love this beautiful Country Living Magazine photograph, its a shame they are no longer in business, I so loved every issue. Despite the downturns these days, its easy to make your very own Lemonade. Find a beautiful container in your home, you know the one in the closet you put away after you got married, pull it out , dust it off and fill it up with delicious Lemonade! Its all about the presentation!
Who doesn’t love Lemon Meringue Pie? I came across this recipe on a blog entitled : A Feather Adrift. You can find the link on my Blog list. What I loved most , even more than the fabulous recipe , was the title of the recipe, “Pie and Jesus” !!! I laughed out loud! Seriously! I say silly things like that to my kids all the time. For example, when it snows outside, I yell, “Snow and Jesus”! So you can see why this happy pie will find a comfortable spot on my summer table!
When I was reading all about the “Stylish” benefits of Lemons, I was unaware of the wonderful art of pickling lemons, its a delightful Moroccan delicacy! So I found this unbelievable recipe from Kevin Lynch. You can ask for the recipe at email@example.com - Looks to me like the perfect dining experience, zesty enough for the summer season! Let me know if any of you “Foodies” make it before I do!
So after you’ve set up your Lemon arrangement for the table, gathered up your yellow napkins and beautiful pitcher of lemonade , whipped up a lovely lemon “Jesus” pie and doing the finishing touches on your Moroccan Chicken. I seriously suggest, you stop and cleanse your face with a Lemon Mask.
I found a facial recipe that was used by Ancient French women. Apparently they loved the collagen boosting mix of , 1cup milk, 2 tbs. lemon juice and 1 tbs. brandy. Heat it up, mix it. While its warm, smooth over the face neck and decolletage area of your chest. Let it dry and gently wash it off. With a little luck we’ll all emerge from our wash wrags looking like Catherine Deneuve.