Date: 2016-03-23 05:08 pm (UTC)
L.M. Montgomery has a recipe in her journals for a lemon bread pudding, which calls for lemon juice in the meringue and lemon zest in the pudding part. I made it a couple of times, and decided after the first time that the zest and the lemon juice were the wrong way around (i.e., the juice ought to be in the pudding and the zest in the meringue). The first pudding's meringue came out a little limp from the lemon juice, but didn't taste of anything to me except meringue-iness and lemon -- certainly not lettuce. But then I rather like iceberg lettuce in the right context, mostly for texture. (My grandmother used to eat peanut butter and iceberg sandwiches, saying that the lettuce kept the peanut butter from sticking to her dentures.)
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