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When life hands you lemons, forget the lemonade! This face-scrunching favorite belongs in snack mixes, steaks, and shakes, to name a few. Join us in our citrus celebration.
Lovely lemons add zest to chicken, tang up milkshakes, and improve cheese dip. Rediscover the oft-overlooked citrus as it makes a case to be part of tonight's dinner.
Always-feisty lemon makes a statement among chips, cereal, walnuts, and seeds. The other flavorings (hello, ranch mix) play sidekick to the star citrus.
It's a lemon trifecta in this refreshing shake. Include lemonade in vanilla ice cream, then swipe the glass rims with a lemon before crowning them with crushed lemon drops.
Grape jelly is so yesterday. It's lemon's turn as your new favorite bread topper. Sweeten it up with sugar and honey for a lip-smacking morning.
Whoa there -- a little lemon goes a long way! Calm the temptation to shred, shred, shred lemon peel into the batter. It takes just 2 tablespoons of peel and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice to bake this beauty.
No squeezing or peeling allowed -- use the lemon in all its yellow-skin glory to turn a green side dish into a masterpiece.
Tame the sweet of sweet potatoes with a zap of lemon juice syrup. Ooh la la -- this is one for the recipe box.
Lemons join the appetizer course! Cream cheese and ricotta play nice with the peel in a peppy cracker-dunking dip.