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Even when it’s not summer, I always find myself craving for a refreshing taste in anything I eat or drink.
My cravings are not based on seasons, but rather on my personal preferences. It’s the main reason why even though something is not in season, I still want to eat it or drink it. One of these “personal preferences” is lemon. I love anything that has lemon in it, whether it’sthea main dish, a dessert, or a refreshing drink. Lemon is something that I crave for all the time and I don’t care if it’s in the middle of winter.
The same goes with my family. My husband and my kids are usually with me in my cravings. So we crave together. This lemon icebox cake recipe from Facebook satisfied our latest craving for something lemony. I tried making lemon chicken the day before, but it’s not what we were looking for. I even baked cookies with lemon frosting just to try and see if that’s what we’re searching for.
It was only when I made this cake that we finally got over our lemon craving. It’s just fortunate that whatever one craves for, the others love it too. It would have been difficult if we crave for different things at the same time. If you want a copy of this recipe, please head over to the next page.
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Quick Tip: Poke holes in the cooked cake for filling to seep into.