Lady and Son’s Lemonade

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Servings: 1 gallon
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 5 min
Difficulty: Easy

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13 lemons
2 cups sugar
Ice cubes
Fresh mint sprigs, for garnish


 

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Directions

Cut 12 lemons in half. Squeeze the lemon juice into a bowl. Use a strainer to fish the seeds out of the juice.

Simmer 1 cup water and the sugar together to make a simple syrup. Add the strained lemon juice and stir together.

Add ice cubes and mint sprigs to a large pitcher. Add the lemon water into the pitcher. Fill the pitcher up with cold water. Slice the remaining lemon into thin slices. Put the lemon slices into the pitcher. Stir well.

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By Hester Delport on July 06, 2012

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Hi Paula...You are truly a SUCCESS story. Not only did you bring the charm of the South to national recognition, you also demonstrated to the world that a non-chef can just cook the britches off the "culinary taught" chefs. Everything you make is soooo good! I know that it's difficult,as a diabetic, to turn down a lot of delicious foods, but let me tell you girl... you're smoking hot these days! Your weight never was an issue with me liking you or your programs... but now you look so trim & fit ...that it inspires one to regroup,look @ what they're eating & take your lead. Nothing can change my love for Southern food but "lighter" versions are an alternative. As I've heard you say many times... you don't eat these things every day but an occasional piece of fried chicken, mashed potatoes,decadent mac & cheese or a piece of pie is a treat to be enjoyed! I love you & your boys...Keep making us Girls Raised in the South proud!

By nursebkidd@yahoo.com on July 03, 2012

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I'm sure it's amazing because Paula Deen made it :* Love you sooo much

By abrar on July 03, 2012

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I loooove this lemonade. I have done this with truvia too and it's still good...but I Ike the simple syrup soo much better!

By Tonya McCarthy on June 23, 2012

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Now that you have found out you are diabetic and with all the diabetic people in the USA, have you tried to make your Lady & Sons lemonade in a sugar free/substitute varriety at your restaurant? I still see so much refined sugar/simple syrup being used for drinks and deserts. There has to be another product that can do the same thing and that should make most products on the market today, sugar free or at least give us diabetics an option to have the same great tasting things as non-diabetics.

By Janine on May 29, 2012

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I love it!! Just made it and its good, I added some extra suger to take the sourness away. I plan on making this Fourth of July.

By heather on May 28, 2012

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