sweet lemon


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Noun1.sweet lemon - lemon tree having fruit with a somewhat insipid sweetish pulpsweet lemon - lemon tree having fruit with a somewhat insipid sweetish pulp
genus Citrus - orange; lemon; lime; etc.
Citrus limon, lemon tree, lemon - a small evergreen tree that originated in Asia but is widely cultivated for its fruit
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A thick and almost creamy consistency, the sharp, yet sweet lemon really did end the meal well.
Chow down on Pabst Blue Ribbon beer-battered or broiled Alaskan Cod filet and hand-cut fries, hush puppies, honey mustard coleslaw and a sweet lemon tartar sauce for $9.95.
Other citrus fruits are also grown in the area like fruiter, Malta, red blood, mussami, mitha (sweet lemon), sanghtara and grape fruit.
H&M sweet lemon handwash, PS5.99 Aesop Resurrection handwash, PS28 DIPTYQUE candles are even more luxurious than Jo Malone's.
The samples under study have traditionally been used for human consumption (sweet lime and sweet lemon) and to obtain rootstock (sweet and sours lime trees) for other citrus fruits, especially lemon and sweet orange, providing good productivity and fruit quality.
The Lemon Boozy Bundt[R] is a light moist sponge infused with lemon liqueur (Limoncello), filled with lemon liqueur buttercream and topped with a sweet lemon slice, and has a Limoncello content of 4.75%.
Maliban Lemon Puff biscuits are a classic Sri Lankan biscuit, two flaky, crispy biscuit parts joined by a sweet lemon flavoured filling.
Seasonal flavors include: Strawberry Shortcake and Sweet Lemon in the spring/summer and Sweet Pumpkin, Peppermint Bark and Red Velvet in the fall/winter.
But certain foodies might argue that surely there is room for a puff-pastry topped steak and ale pie, a fluffy cottage pie or shepherd's pie, or a sharp and sweet lemon meringue?
japonica) by a dihydrochalcone--phloretin-di-C-glucoside--and flavones; sweet lemon (C.