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Beth

I'm right there with you. I can't stand it when lemon bars taste or *smell* like cooked egg. Yuck.

Kat

I am so jealous of you California ladies with your avacado and lemon trees!

Those bars look lip smacking...lemons are by far, one of my favorite fresh ingredients. Am I missing something though? I don't see the actual recipe.

Kat

Ah yes...upon reading more carefully, I now see the linkage. (It's going to be a long day, I just know it.)

magpie

I wish I had a friend with a lemon tree! Those lemon bars look great!

Lila

Thos look fantastic and make me wonder why I left Texas, land of citrus. Not sure if you're a key lime fan, but the Key Lime bar recipe from Cooks illustrated is fantastic.

paul


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paul


Genealogy, A family based on social network

I am a regular visitor of your blog and always find something new at your site. I have come up with some new findings and want to share it with you.
I just launched a family 2.0 social network, Kincafe- www.kincafe.com. and would like to invite you for the review of the service and provide feedback to andy@kincafe.com.

Thanks
Paul

pixie sticks

mouth.watering.

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