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Lime Bars

So I’m back, somewhat. My laptop is getting fixed as we speak. I, ahem, found my camera on monday in a really obvious place, weeks after I was convinced it had been stolen (I probably should clean my dorm room more frequently – yeah?). Mention of my PhD is best left in that corner of my mind where I allow myself to freak out.

So, while I haven’t had time (or groceries) to make anything new (or repeat with photos some of the rather wonderful things I mentioned in my last post) since finding my camera, I did find some older photos on my camera that I hadn’t blogged about before.

Late last year I found The Joy of Vegan Baking cookbook in my local bookstore. It was quite a surprise, considering we usually have about three copies of Vegan Cooking for One (probably the saddest vegan cookbook there is) and that’s about it! So, while reading through the many recipes and salivating over the gorgeous glossy images, I found a recipe for Lemon Bars. I most definitely have a deep love of all citrus, with perhaps the most special place reserved for lemons. Sadly, I had no lemons in the house just then, but I did have several limes I had bought at the market for cheap-cheap. So Lime bars were made:

Its too long ago to remember the exact number of limes I used or the precise taste of the bars. I do remember that while the recipe was a little fiddly, they turned out pretty good. Still. Lemon bars would be better.

Thanks for the comments from the last post! New recipes coming soon!



2 thoughts on “Lime Bars

  1. Ooooh, fancy! I think lemon bars would be lovely!
    *hint hint*
    Wow I love the plate choice and the wonderful heart pattern!

    Posted by KK | June 21, 2008, 7:03 am
  2. Mm, lime bars sound really nice. And limes are ridiculously cheap at the markets right now, so maybe I’ll search around for a recipe to try out!

    Posted by Theresa | June 24, 2008, 1:40 am

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