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The Tale Of The Lemon Bars
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I always say "for the love of mike". If you say "for pete's sake" or the "love of Pete", Peter shows up and says...hey, what did I do?? :lol: :lol:

Immigration, you say?

IH winds up....and..delivers:

Two Irishmen walk into a bar and ask for some lemon bars with powdered sugar and a lovely Polish girl, sitting nearby asks....

I've been thinking about this all night, and I still got nothin.

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I WOULD LIKE TO USE 'MAN THE COOLER' AS MY HUSBAND AND I'S CODE PHRASE FOR SEX.

IF YOU REALLY WANT TO SWEETS, BUT why are we yelling? :unsure:

:)

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I've been thinking about this all night, and I still got nothin.

Betty White woulda had a come back by now.

Get some sleep and you'll have sumpin by mornin....!! you're just tired.

If you had a LEMON BAR, you'd perk right up.

s o t

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Two Irishmen walk into a bar and ask for some lemon bars with powdered sugar and a lovely Polish girl, sitting nearby asks....Man the coolers, boys?

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Two Irishmen walk into a bar and ask for some lemon bars with powdered sugar and a lovely Polish girl, sitting nearby asks....Man the coolers, boys?

Geez, two of them? Now I feel like a tramp....

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Okay... I think I wandered into a bad place LOL

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Okay... I think I wandered into a bad place LOL

Good punch line!

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Before bed, I went in to wash my face and brush my pearlies and I noticed a thin layer of white powder on my eyelashes.

That stuff can travel.

Note to self: no more baking in the back seat.

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For all of you who listened to my story, thanks---

and I received this email from my friend Elaine --regarding the LEMON bars and the pumpkin paleo bread I made with a dairy-free glaze for her gluten-free and DF sister:

"We loved the food. The lemon bars were fabulous! We need the recipes."

IH is going to bed feeling exonerated for the lemon bars debacle.

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For all of you who listened to my story, thanks---

and I received this email from my friend Elaine --regarding the LEMON bars and the pumpkin paleo bread I made with a dairy-free glaze for her gluten-free and DF sister:

"We loved the food. The lemon bars were fabulous! We need the recipes."

IH is going to bed feeling exonerated for the lemon bars debacle.

You need to send them a link to this thread. :D

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You need to send them a link to this thread. :D

I agree!tongue.gif

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You need to send them a link to this thread. :D

You also need to post your lemon bar recipe! (Unless it's already here, I can find it...) Glad to hear they liked it!

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You also need to post your lemon bar recipe! (Unless it's already here, I can find it...) Glad to hear they liked it!

It's from Annalise Roberts' book Gluten Free Baking Classics.

Here is the website link to other recipes of hers. They use the same Brown Rice flour mix for all baked goods.

http://foodphilosopher.com/assets/docs/recarchall.cfm

LEMON SQUARES

Yields 16 pieces (no, it doesn't. :rolleyes: It makes 9. But Sylvia used a 7 X 11 pan and she got more out of it that way)

Crust

1 cup brown rice flour mix* (below)

1 teaspoon xanthan gum

5 tablespoons butter

1 /4 cup granulated sugar

Baking spray

Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray bottom of 8–inch square baking pan.

Put flour, xanthan gum, butter, and sugar in bowl of electric mixer. Mix on low speed until crumbly. Press into bottom of baking pan.

Bake in center of oven for 15 minutes.

Lemon Filling

3 large eggs

3 /4 cup granulated sugar

2 tablespoons brown rice flour mix*

1 /2 teaspoon baking powder

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/3 cup fresh lemon juice

2 teaspoons grated lemon rind

1 /2 teaspoon pure lemon extract

Beat eggs in large bowl of electric mixer at high speed until foamy.

Add sugar, flour, baking powder, salt, lemon juice, lemon rind, and lemon extract.

Beat until well blended. Pour onto partially baked crust.

Bake in center of oven for 20 minutes or until set. Cool on wire rack. Cut into 16 squares or triangles; remove from baking pan onto serving plate. Sift powdered sugar over the tops (in the back seat of your car)

Brown Rice Flour Mix

2 cups brown rice flour

(extra finely ground)

2/3 cup potato starch (NOT potato flour)

1/3 cup tapioca flour

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