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March 17, 2008

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kathy

Hi, Thanks for the recipe for your Lemon Drizzle Cake - I think I will have a go at this this week. Kathy

Maddy

Lemons do it for me too! We have a lemon tree and I just love it when I spy a big yellow one ready to pick. With our dry weather here it's been a bad season for lemons but the one or two we have had are just wonderful. Have you tried slicing the lemon and layering a baking tray then cooking chicken on the top yummmm!

Clairey

Another lemon fan! I use them all the time - courgettes cooked in lemon and garlic are divine! I make litte individual Lemon Drizzle Cakes - yum.

Your cake looks divine Luce.

Clairey xxx

Becky Cochran

Lucy, I love your blog site, it is full of all things warm and wonderful. You have a bright and sunny outlook on life. I wonder how you keep up with all your hobbies as well as your homework and children. I barely get my nose out of the computer to get things done it seems. I find all these lovely daydreams on line and I just love them all......so honestly how on earth do you do all that you do?
Does someone else design your blog and add all the "frills" to it for you or is this all your own work. If it is....then I really do not understand how on earth you have time. I too adore lemons! I'm going to try both your cakes I found on your website for my quilting stitch group on Monday mornings.

Patsy

I would love to make the lemon drizzle cake but I don't know how to convert US measurements. Can anyone help me?

Darina

I just put my lemone drizzle cake in the oven. I hope it is good X_x

audrey

Hi Lucy,

I just wanted to let you know that I made your lemon drizzle cake recently and it was absolutely divine!! So easy to put together, too and a big hit with my family! Thank you for sharing it!!

maria do carmo

despite I am brazilian I cant let to visit you.... I visit you every day, I copied your recipes to do on christmas.....I love your blog and the way that you write about simple things.....I did that your crochet bird and i will put on my christmas tree...hugs

Rainbow In the grey sky

thank you Lucy will let you know how it turns out!

Lauren

Oh gosh, I made this for dessert tonight - just let it cool a little bit, had a bigish piece warm with ice cream. Delicious! Thank you for sharing it.

Josette

I just tried this with oranges and it's pretty yummy this way too.

Rainbow

hello
I made it a while ago LUcy and it was very nice indeed , thanks again!

Abi

Made this at the weekend and it was delicious! Thank you so much for such an easy-to-follow recipe.

Lisa Male

I've just made this with Gluten-free Flour subbed in, and it worked out pretty well :o)
I think the drizzling to keep it moist really helps with the flour mix, which can be a bit powdery.

x x x

Sandi Madison

I don't know how to convert to US measurement.Can anyone help?
Sandi

Teresa

Sandi,
I found this on the web today.
http://www.traditionaloven.com/tutorials/conversion.html
I hope it helps!
~ t.

Teresa

Oh, and to substitute our US "sugar" to caster sugar, run it through the blender until it is fine but not powdered.
~ t.

Resmi

I just tried it yesterday and it was awesome. Such an easy yet delicious recipe.

Resmi

Cathy

In the oven just now, I trust you, should be yummm !

maypole

Oh I have that lovely book, bought it after watching the TV series years and years and years ago!

The soft gingerbread recipe is fab and is in the oven as we speak!

lilito-handmade.webs.com

Hi Lucy
Thank you for the recipe, it looks delicious!

Kelly

I found this site for the conversion. I'm going to give it a go.
http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/cooking-conversions/gram-conversions.aspx

kim dawson

looks yummy thank you for sharing I may make that this week :)

Emma

Love your blog. Love all things 'lemon'. I copied the recipe and since I'm from the US, I'll need to translate the amounts but by then I'll know the recipe by heart. :)

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