Everybody loves lemon butter, but it’s hard to make, right? Wrong! Lemon butter is easy to make and guaranteed to wow friends and lovers. The sweet, sticky, lemony goodness is fabulous spread on toast, sandwiched between cake layers, or eaten straight from the jar. And it makes a fabulous gift! Taking the time to make something from scratch is also a great way to connect with the memory and traditions of generations past, so come along and make learn to make lemon butter your nan would be proud of!
In this class you’ll work in pairs to make your very own jar of lemon butter. A recipe with step-by-step instructions will be provided, along with tips for avoiding common pitfalls and suggestions for using the finished product.
Dr Siobhan O’Dwyer is a Research Fellow at Griffith University. During the day she conducts research on dementia, carers, and suicide, but at night she can be found in her kitchen, covered in flour, baking up a storm (think Nigella Lawson meets the ladies of the CWA). Siobhan has been making lemon butter for years, adapting a recipe passed down from her grandmother. Men have made vows of undying love and women have offered their children in exchange for Siobhan’s lemon butter, so you know it’s going to be good!
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The featured image is borrowed and edited, with thanks, from Italy Chronicles Photos under a Creative Commons license.
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