You are here: Home » Ingredient » Lemon Aid Lemon Aid Ingredient http://relish.com/articles/lemon-aid/ by Candace FloydApril 11, 2012 Lemon adds a sprightly flavor to everything it touches. Mark Boughton Photogrpahy / styling by Teresa Blackburn http://pgoarelish2.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/lemon_zest.jpg Share this: Pin ItEmailPrint I've always been in love with all things lemon. But after touring Pidduck Lemon Grove in Ojai, Calif., I found myself adding lemon to almost everything I cooked. Did you know that lemons are picked at one time? While a lemon tree can yield 500 to 600 pounds of fruit, each golden orb is cut by hand and placed in a cloth sack that's worn over the harvester's shoulder. There's no such thing as a lemon picking machine, unless you count the human hand. When buying lemons — like Lisbon or Eureka varieties — look for fruit with just a touch of green left on the skin. It will last longer. Meyer lemons (available only January through September) are a lemon-mandarin hybrid. Though treated as a great new discovery, this slightly sweet lemon has been around since 1908. — By Mary Carter Share this: Pin ItEmailPrint Easy Lemon Bars A moist, crumbly bar made with freshly squeezed lemon juice. Lemon Snap Icebox Pie This layered lemon icebox pie is cool and refreshing—the perfect summer dessert. Candied Lemon Slices A perfect topping for ricotta pie or cheesecake. French Lemon Tart Tangy, sweet lemon curd with a splash of cream fills this luscious pie.