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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Teeny's When Life Hands You Lemons-Meringue Pie

Hey everyone have you heard Teeny's back in town! Michael Lee West (hostess of Foodie Friday) has just published book number two about a self-taught pastry chef that keeps finding herself in all kinds of trouble. Last year she found her fiance cheating on her, then was a suspect in his murder, fell in love with her Mr. Right (who I still feel should be played by Matthew McConaughey:@), and we were left with a preview that she's about to meet a little girl claiming to be his daughter...

I can't wait to see what Teeny's cooking up this time, no doubt this pie will fit well with the story line!
When Life Hands You Lemons-Meringue Pie

This is my first meringue pie!

Teeny's When Life Hands You Lemons-Meringue Pie
Filling:
1 (14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
1/2 C fresh squeezed lemon juice
1 tsp lemon zest
3 egg yolks
1 (8 inch) pre-baked pie shell-I used a store bought graham cracker crust

Meringue:
3 egg whites-I used 4 because, um, more is better:@)
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
1/4 C sugar
  1. In medium bowl mix condensed milk, lemon juice, zest and yolks, pour into cooled pie shell.
  2. Pre-heat oven to 325 degrees.
  3. Beat egg whites and cream of tartar until stiff peaks form. 
  4. Gradually add sugar and beat until stiff.
  5. Spread over filling and seal to edge of crust.
  6. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until meringue is golden brown.
  7. Cool and refrigerate till ready to serve.
Please note: While I'm having fun with Teeny today, this is actually a Paula Deen recipe I found on FoodNetwork.comClick to see my Teeny posts from last year: Peach Martini and Bacon Potato Frittata.

Have a happy day:@)

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39 comments:

  1. love your title. your cake looks amazing

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  2. Your pie turned out beautifully. I could eat the entire pie I am sure. When I am sick I want sugar and more sugar.

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  3. This looks so good! I remember the first time I saw a lemon meringue pie in my mom's fridge. I just couldn't help but pick off the little browned peaks...not sure if she ever noticed a few missing. ; )

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  4. Just a beauty!! The meringue has so many peaks. I haven't had a piece lemon meringue pie in such a long time.

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  5. Oh my goodness, the lemon creme pie yogurt I had for lunch was nothing like this pie, I'm certain!
    that looks magnificent!

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  6. Oh wow this looks so good. I've ordered my book and can't wait to read it. What is Teeny up to now! Hugs, Linda

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  7. Lynn,
    I do love a lemon meringue pie! Which is why I don't make them anymore.....
    What a great idea esp. for this time of year!

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  8. That is the most beautiful lemon meringue pie I've seen in my life! It should be on a magazine cover, wow you did GOOD!

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  9. Pie!! and...lemon meringue! Oh my goodness what is a girl to do....?

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  10. This is what I need right now. Please pass it over through the screen...

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  11. Looks like a really great recipe and you did an A+ job!

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  12. My fave pie is lemon meringue.
    Love that pie. Yours is beauty-ful. You have to be so proud.
    AND I read books by Michael Lee years ago and they were wonderful.
    Now I have new books to read.
    Blessings to you and keep up the good cooking and sharing.
    Barb

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  13. I'm not familiar with Teeny but you made a beauty of a pie!

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  14. I love lemon meringue pie. Recipe sounds good and easy too, xo

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  15. LOVE Lemons and life can give me LOTS OF THEM for pie "ANYTIME"! Oh Yes I'm anxious to see what Teeny is up to this time!!!
    Your pie looks DELICIOUS Lynn. Wish choice to use 4eggs for a better meringue... YUMMMMY!
    Thank you for the recipe...
    Big Hugs,
    Donna

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  16. You did an amazing job!! And thank you for introducing me to Teeny - the books look like they are right up my alley!!

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  17. Lynn, lemon meringue is my favorite. Sure wish this piece was sitting on my table! Looks fabulous. You did an amazing job on your first lemon meringue pie. It's not always easy to get this right. Well done!
    I read Teeny Bit of Trouble over the weekend and will post mine for Friday. Made peach pie! ;-)
    ~ Sarah

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  18. Lynn~ Your pie looks delicious~ what a meringue! You may have guessed by now, I'm a more is better kinda girl myself! I agree with Matthew McConaughey :)

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  19. Oh my gosh - is there anything you can't do - perfectly? That looks so great. sandie

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  20. Looks so wonderful... think I'm gonna have to make this :)

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  21. Oh man...that looks delish and you sure did a great job with the merangue.

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  22. What a fun name. This pie looks like it's lemon filling is creamy! I think that is new to me! YUMMY!
    Yvonne

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  23. Hi Lynn,
    My absolute favorite pie, hands down is Lemon Meringue pie. My Grandmom made the best and I think about her everytime I see or eat it!

    I haven't read any of her books yet but I love Dianne Mott Davidson's books. She also includes recipes in the book.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  24. hi Lynn, I agree--there could never be enough topping on a lemon meringue pie--my favorite along with key lime! I read the new book and I won't give it away! I like those peach martinis too. Yum! Linda

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  25. OMGOSH....this meringue pie looks like a photo out of a magazine. It's beautiful and my mouth is trying to take a bite. Your photo is awesome.
    xo

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  26. I can't believe that's your first meringue pie! It turned out perfectly! I could try a million times and not get it that pretty. Yummy!
    And your notecards are adorable too. You have put me in the mood for pie!

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  27. Great looking pie, lemon meringue is my favorite! Wish I had a huge slice of that pie.

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  28. Wowie, Lynn, the pie looks picture-perfect! I'm sure Teeny would be proud!!

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  29. Wonderful Lynn...you mentioned this was your first meringue on my blog, right? Well you get an A+ from me and Teeny! I have got lemons and will follow your lead, loving the peaks!

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  30. It turned out beautiful! That's the kind of lemons I love in life :)

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  31. No way! That's what I said when I saw your comment about this being your first! I was just saying to myself, "Now Lynn knows how to make a meringue!" Yours is the prettiest meringue ever! Haven't got the book yet! I better get on it. Makes me want to eat yummy southern treats.

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  32. Beautiful! I can't believe it is your first. I am loving all the lemon pies for spring.

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  33. Lemon Meringue Pie is one of my favorites.
    Looks yummy.
    Pat

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  34. Super big yum! That's my kind of dessert and in fact my favorite!
    You did good! This was my favorite pie as a child. My mom used the recipe off the Argo Corn Starch box!
    I haven't made one in a long time. Must do soon!

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  35. Hi Lynn,
    I really NEED a piece of that pie! It looks awesome and your title is just precious. Great post! Hope you have a fabulous week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  36. I just found out about Michael's new book! I'm so excited for her! You chose a wonderful recipe to make, Lynn. Your meringue looks perfect!

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  37. You did an amazing job on your pie! It turned out beautifully! :)

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  38. It looks wonderful, L! My mom made a great one,I have never tried! You did well!

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  39. One of my favorite desserts. But, I am scared to make it. Seems so difficult.

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