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post #31 of 108
lemon tarts are my favorite. Citarella makes a great lemon tart and it's required that I have one every Saturday.

I like pies too but I don't buy them often (and never make them). Cakes never seem to do it for me. That super sugary frosting most places use is just awful. Actually, come to think about it, I'm pretty excited for our wedding cake. Taste testing was a definite surprise.

For most deserts, I'd rather have some ice cream or sorbet.
post #32 of 108
young'n?

that sour cream apple pie from little pie house? factory? in nyc is drool.gif
post #33 of 108
in all honesty, i have an enormous sweet tooth, but i usually make fruit-based desserts because my pastry skills are so bad. if you like lemony desserts, though, i will in all immodesty say that you have to try my lemon curd. i worked for a long time on it, getting the right balance of acid and butter. makes a great tart tart.
post #34 of 108
recipe printed, will try sometime soon. Thank you!!
post #35 of 108
I made that lemon curd and it came out fantastic. Super easy, too. I could eat a vat of it, so F you and your calorie count at the end of the article.
post #36 of 108
what i liked about the calorie count was that one serving was one tablespoon

i dont think ppl would eat your curd by the tablespoon
post #37 of 108
actually, curd is often eaten like jam, therefore the tablespoon measure. but no, i don't eat it by the tablespoon ... my favorite use for it is as a (thin) filling for a tart.
post #38 of 108
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I can't wait to make this lemon curd at work and then take all the credit for it as if it was by a random stroke of KSilk genius that such a lovely happening occurred.
post #39 of 108
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I can't wait to make this lemon curd at work and then take all the credit for it as if it was by a random stroke of KSilk genius that such a lovely happening occurred.

i'ts yours baby. we're only temporary custodians of our recipes.
post #40 of 108
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I can't wait to make this lemon curd at work and then take all the credit for it as if it was by a random stroke of KSilk genius that such a lovely happening occurred.

K "Smooth as Silk" Wilk? Other than foodguy, anybody old and dorky enough?
post #41 of 108
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K "Smooth as Silk" Wilk? Other than foodguy, anybody old and dorky enough?

ffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gif
cause it's true: and i was just watching him play on hardwood classics the other night ... on my list of 5 most underappreciated lakers of all time!
post #42 of 108
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I am way smoother than Jamaal Wilkes.
post #43 of 108
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ffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gif
cause it's true: and i was just watching him play on hardwood classics the other night ... on my list of 5 most underappreciated lakers of all time!

He should have quit three years after college. What a great career and then to stain it by playing for the Lakers.
post #44 of 108
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He should have quit three years after college. What a great career and then to stain it by playing for the Lakers.
post #45 of 108
Those were the best years in basketball.
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