Lemon Garnish - Simple To Make
lemon slice cut in half with peel partially cut away from lemon slice making a loop

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lemon slice garnish
recipe and photograph created by Peggy Bucholz   

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This is so simple to make, I like to put them in a glass of water or iced tea glasses or on the rim of mixed drinks, or serve on a plate with fish or seafood.  They are so fresh looking and make an attractive addition to where ever you want to use them, there are many uses.
See more of my easy Garnishes all with photographs

Prep Time: 10 min  
Total Time:10 min


lemons or you can substitute oranges, limes or grapefruit


Slice the fruit crosswise, then in halve

At one cut end, use a knife to cut peel away (see my photograph) to within 1/4-inch of the opposite end, do not sever completely.  Tuck loosened strip under to form a loop. Serve with most any course such as fish or put on individual lunch plates.

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