Those Meyer lemons look great. I want to find some and do some baking with them. Are you going to make something with these?
I love oranges on second thought... what cool lemons!
Now what do you have planned for these babies? Something pretty special, I bet :)
I've never seen orange lemons before. I'll bet they are really good.Have a terrific WW. :)
Great photo, Carol! I love Meyer Lemons so much. I wish I could still find them around here; but I haven't been able to so far. I'm going to put some away next year like you do. Happy WW! Candace
Do you eat them straight? My husband does, but even with the Meyer variety, I just can't bring myself to do it. :)
Mmmmm!!! Those lemons look so juicy and fresh!
I wonder if these may have cross pollinated with a neighbors orange tree.
...and I'd thought they were oranges!
i've only seen yellow lemons.
I've never even heard of a Meyer lemon. I guess that's why my blog isn't a cooking blog!
I love Meyer lemon, it has the taste between a lemon and mandarin, great for desserts to give some extra sweetness.
I've seen these trees being sold in nurseries, but didn't know their mix of lemon & mandarin oranges. Every cook should have a lemon tree!
Nice orange. Can I eat it?
Good morning,dear!I am confused!Are these lemons or oranges?I have never seen orange lemons!Have a nice day,Carol!
Meyer lemons are interesting (and tasty) - I like how they look a bit like grapefruit :)
HMMMmmmm! makes my mouth water Happy WW!
That looks beautiful! I have a question for you. Why is that the oranges in America are so hard to peal while the Indian oranges are so easy to do so? is it because they are from different climate?
Simple and beautiful!
Just beautiful! I haven't tried one yet, actually don't think I've seen one in the stores to try... But, I'll bet they're great-enjoy:@)
I have never had one and am wondering if Whole Foods or TJ's might have them. Next time I'm at either store I'm going to have a look.
Can almost smell it! But I'm smelling orange.
No question...they are deeeevine!
From California? :)
Orange and rather large - are they are bitter as regular lemons?
I love your photo and I love Meyer lemons. Both are divine. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary
Fantastic! Have never seen orange lemons.Rita
Love meyer lemons!
I don't think I have ever seen a meyer lemon. nice pic of one too!
They're sweeter, or less pucker than regular lemons, and a softer rind. Not bitter at all. yep, cross between a mandarin and a lemon. I find the same flavor if you squeeze a clementine in with regular lemon juice. I think they are grown mostly in California. I tried growing one here in New York, but no luck. All I got after a few years was two shriveled, dried sad ones, not even enough for a martini!Thanks for the nice comments, Happy Wordless Wednesday!
Thanks so much for dropping by Pinay In Texas Cooking Corner! Pretty Meyer Lemon! Following you now! :)
I never had a Meyer lemon but I keep reading about them. The other day, I found out what they are and now I have your photo to inspire me to get some. I don't remember seeing any in the stores but then, I was not looking for them.
I'll be looking for these. I like anything that is lemon flavored!
Wow a nice picture. You can almost smell their loveliness!
I have never heard of Meyer Lemon's until now, but a quick google and wolla I know a little bit about them. Now I'm intrigued as to what they taste like.
I've never seen an orange lemon before! Great shot :)
I'll take a sack full!!
A friend sent me a big bag full of Meyer Lemons this spring and I loved them. Before I went on my trip I squeezed the juice out of the ones I had left and froze it in an ice cube trays for future use.
Sigh! I miss meyer lemons SO MUCH!
Mmmm. Speechless, and puckering with delight.
I've never had a Meyer Lemon. Are they much different than other lemons?
Our store carried them for a while but now they're gone! Beautiful shot, Carol.
I was reading your comment, I have never seen these lemons in California. I should check this out maybe in the farmers market.
We've finally pulled the last lemons off the tree in our yard. I plan to make the Engagement Chicken recipe they featured on Martha Stewart a few weeks ago. Yum!
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