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January 09, 2007



Look delicious! You can also order British foods here,

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I appreciate the recipe... all those little pieces seem perfectly delicious!!

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Thanks for this healthy recipe I would like to eat it.

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The first real lemon cultivation in Europe began in Genoa in the middle of the fifteenth century. It was later introduced to the Americas in 1493 when Christopher Columbus brought lemon seeds to Hispaniola along his voyages.

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Adding lemon can actually enhance the health benefits of tea. Since
you stated "lemon juice", I should point out that the peel of the
lemon has a higher concentration of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) than the
juice, and that the peel also contains higher concentrations of active
components than do the juice and pulp.


Old post, but as an FYI. If you live in the US around big chain groceries or those giant liquor party stores- they always have imported items such as lemon curd and clotted cream. I buy mine at the local Meijer.


Shame about that first place and their difficult ordering procedures, but it's nice to know there's someplace to get clotted cream. I've been wondering where to get some for ages. Amazon, huh? Pretty soon I'm going to be getting everything there. I just made my first foray into their groceries with cases of cereal and Annie's mac and cheese. I still think of Amazon as a place to buy primarily books.

In the meantime, I'll have to try that lemon curd. Sounds great.


You can get that Devon Cream at
The link is too long: just type English Double Devon Cream into search box.


Just discovered your blog. I honestly don't know what I adore more--lemon curd or scones, so you certainly hooked me with this post. That photo of the decked out scone is absolutely mouthwatering! I've never cut mine the "log" way--intriguing. Will have to try it. :)


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Looks delish!


You're killing me. First lemon curd, now scones!

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