National Lemonade Day!

Today is National Lemonade Day! So, I thought I would share my Grandmothers very simple recipe.

Casting my mind back to the summers of my childhood, there was the delicious home made lemonade, which sat in the larder in a large heavy 1930s china jug decorated with summer flowers. The jug has long since gone but the recipe lingers on and will be made today I think, a lovely summers day in England.

The recipe is simple.
Add sugar to a jug, to taste
Cut 1 or 2 lemons 
Add boiling water to the jug and stir
Place in the fridge until cold

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationary & History; Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies and surname courses.
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3 Responses to National Lemonade Day!

  1. Anglers Rest says:

    Betsy, thanks for stopping by. How did your lemonade making go? You know I can visualise lots from my childhood and often wonder if what I writing is a good reflection of what I can see in my minds eye. I think in our own way we do provide memories for our family. I recall having a conversation with my cousins daughter when I lived with them in the early 1990s in Australia. That daughter is now a Mum herself and I mentioned something in an email that I was thinking of doing for her children next year when I visit. The response was, that she and her late brother did the same with me when I was there and did I remember. That was special to me, because she remembered.

    Ms Daisy – I am interested in the powdered lemonade. I have never heard of it, and I wonder if we can buy it here?

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  2. Ms.Daisy says:

    Love the memories of your grandmother's lemmonade. Thanks for the recipe for homemade lemmonade, too. I rely too much on powered lemmonade! Thanks for stopping by and saying “hi”.

    ~Jean

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  3. Betsy Cross says:

    Julie,
    I never thought to boil the water! Genius! And I love the imagery of the china jug. Sometimes I wonder about those little things that our memories hang on to and if I;m providing them for my family?
    Betsy

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