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Mexican Limeade

I do love my lemonade but this Mexican Limeade has won my taste buds. It’s spectacularly easy to do, uses very little sugar and produces a beautiful lime colored cooler you can use anytime. Racking those fall leaves? Have an afternoon sweat planting bulbs? Here’s your solution. To make this limeade, you just put water,…

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Fruit Tree Daquiri

Alright, it’s a bad picture. I understand that but I have a very, totally, perfectly legitimate reason. I made this drink and just took a little sip to make sure it was blogable. Well, it’s very blogable, so I took another sip and then a deep sip and then some more. And then I realized…

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Cornmeal-Lime Cookies from Flour

This blog will be short because Suzen and I are off to a dinner party. Our responsibility: dessert. Our solution: wonderful, wonderful cookies from Flour by Joanne Chang. Joanne has a degree in applied mathematics and string of bakeries in Boston. She’s an most accomplished chef and I’ll write more about her and this fabulous…

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Simple Citrus Glaze to Spike Your Cake or Cookies

There is absolutely nothing wrong with a pure white cake coated with a thick vanilla frosting. But there certainly are ways to boost the flavor and surprise your dessert companions. First, you can add some zest, literally, to the cake batter. The zest of one large orange or two lemons will offer a tease of…

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