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There’s just something about a fresh lemon meringue pie that makes me think about warm sunny days on my grandma’s farm. Tart yet sweet lemon filling nestled below a layer of airy meringue that’s lightly browned makes my heart smile. Until now, I’ve never been able to get this pie right, but this recipe has led me in the right direction.
Will it do the same for you?
I think it will. And I also think it’ll leave you with a joyful heart that’s brimming with wholesome pride that you were able to duplicate grandma’s lemon meringue pie. Give it a shot. It’s really not as hard as what you think it is. In fact, I found this recipe quite easy to follow.
Recipe courtesy of All Recipes.
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Quick Tip: Garnish this lovely pie with a few thinly sliced lemon wedges.