Thursday, June 01, 2006

Almost Toomer's Corner Lemonade

A couple of months ago during college football season while watching the Auburn Tigers, I developed a hankerin' for some lemonade similar to the type offered at Toomer's Corner. I came across this recipe submited byDiB's on Recipezaar. The kids always love it and get excited when they see a bag of lemonades when unloading the groceries. You can hand squeeze the lemons after you cut them in half. But after the first time, I found the plastic fruit squeezer for a couple of dollars at Publix grocery store. Much easier. So here's the recipe:

1 and 1/2 cups fresh squeezed lemon juice
7 cups cold water
1 cup granulated sugar

1. Squeeze the lemons into a measuring cup.
2. Add lemon juice, water, and sugar into a pitcher. Stir with spoon until sugar is dissolved.
3. Place pitcher into refrigerator.
4. Serve lemonade over ice in a glass.

Usually a bag of 6 large lemons will almost do the trick to obtain 1 and 1/2 cups of fresh lemon juice. If fall short of that amount, then pour some store bought lemon juice into mix to account for the difference.

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Special Note:

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