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Wednesday, 26 September 2007



I randomly found your blog a while back when trying to google what lemon tree leaves look like to figure out what the tree in my new house was.
Your absolutely fantastic tip for grilling mozzarella on lemon leaves led me to you, and I've genuinely been hooked since. I have even read your entire archives and bookmarked you. You guys really do have an interesting life together.
Anyway, this reader is proud to be one of the three!
Hope this doesn't come off as stalking...just wanted to let you know your reach is probably wider than you think.

Rutledge, thanks! Very kind of you. And no, that doesn't make you a stalker! If you've figured out where we live, just call us before you show up, 'k? That's all we ask.

Did the tree turn out to be a lemon tree? If so, that gives me new motivation to get Husbear to get his limoncello post up... until then, here's one by our friend Chris.



Yep it was a lemon, and I've used the mozz. 'recipe' many many times now. It has even impressed some jaded international palates.

I got a huge crop this year and was giving lemons away by the bagful. One worthy beneficiary made lemoncello with it and I scored a bottle! YUM. I will be looking out for that post.

Well I tried to get the Igloo people to tell me which apt you chose but so far they keep hanging up on me...


very interesting. i'm adding in RSS Reader

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