Adapted from a Fine Cooking recipe
My neighbor lemon bombed me again (~60 lemons), with a hint that he was looking forward to some more of my lemon curd. When I had processed the fruit I had 14+ cups of juice and zest. If I turned all of this into lemon curd it would get very expensive—19 cups of sugar, 15 sticks of butter and almost 5 dozen eggs, as well as all of the jars to put it in.
Karl’s Ginger Lemon Curd
Adapted from a Foodie with Family recipe
My sister, Karen, is visiting for Christmas so on the first dinner I am making ham and beans. Ham and beans calls out for corn bread.
Karl’s Buttermilk Cornbread
This is not really a recipe in the strictest sense or original in any way. Eilene has made this the last two years and it really is better than stick butter. This is a good task for young children who want to be part of the Thanksgiving cooking process, but that you do not want handling sharp knives.
Ingredients and Equipment
1 pint whipping cream
1 qt. jar, clean with a tight fitting lid