'Salina was a trouper, and juiced (with the assistance of the food processor) well over a litre of the only slightly bitter goodness.
As is my wont, I started thinking about food, and Chef Google and I examined the options of indeterminate citrus fruit and sweet snack goodness.
Our final decision rested upon time (because the 1 litre of goodness took a while to achieve) and ease (as I am a big fan).
The winner was Lemon Squares - and I can assure all of you good folk, it truly is a winner. You want to visit us in the next few days (or maybe by tomorrow)!!
I don't know how exact to the original we kept, as we have learned
The original "dough" they mention is not so much dough as dust - or it was in our example - but I chucked it in the oven anyway. Next time I will ask the bricklayer to chuck a level across it, as there was a few peaks and troughs, but all in all an interesting experiment.
The ease bit certainly came to the fore with the filling, as it was all in the food processor and then poured and prayed for a positive result.
Next time, maybe I would turn the oven down a little, and I completely forgot (as my excessively neat kitchen hand V put it away) the icing sugar dusting over the top, but it doesn't miss it (except in visuals).
V's review: "Woke up at 12.20 and ate one, then picked a bit of another which was then no longer square so had to tidy that up and thought what the heck and ate another. Pretty good."
'Salina's review: "Really nice - it tastes like sweet custard and cookies. Can I have another one?"
My review: "Instant diabetes, but great joy in achieving this!"
Of course, the camera is not playing nice, so you will have to use your imagination (use the link's picture as a guide - theirs is much prettier than mine, but then mine are edible and right here).
Anyone for a cuppa?