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March 19, 2010

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That top photo of the sky is just, oh, it's perfect. We've had some nice ones lately.

I am new to you blog but its really wonderful! love this recipe, thank you for sharing, I usually just give my salads a squirt of lemon juice, so this is right up my alley and i am sure will be much more tasty!

Sounds bright and fresh and springlike, Gemma! I'm still stubbornly in the braising mode, but need to move on.

I got inspired by this post last week and picked up a Meyer lemon and a tangerine on my way home from work. It was so good. I didn't have honey, so I used some agave nectar and added a splash of white balsamic.

I can't wait for summer, and now that I work right around the corner from a farmer's market, I might need that personal salad spinner, too.

Meyer lemons have such a great, fresh flavor. Your vinaigrette looks like springtime in jar.

Lemon Zest adds SO much .. i make it a point using when i can

Thanks Shannalee. The skies have been stunning this spring.

Thanks for visiting Blair, I'm hope you like the recipe.

Hi Terry -- nothing wrong with braising! Some days nothing but fresh and bright flavors will do though. I hope you are enjoying your spring!

Hi Meghan - I went ahead and bought the mini salad spinner and I am very happy with my purchase. The number of salads I eat each week has dramatically increased. Definitely worth it so far!

Hi Lynn, I agree, the flavor of Meyer lemons is so bright and fresh. The co-op near my house has started to sell them at a reasonable price and I couldn't be happier.

Hi Recipeman -- I definitely agree. I hope you enjoy the recipe!

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