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By: Chuck Fannin

Wed, 30 Oct 2013 02:21:40 +0000

Rather than zest the kumquats, which is a LOT of work: - Halve them - Squeeze the juice out - Separate the pulp and seeds from the peels - Wash them in cold water - Put them in alcohol to soak You can do enough for a batch in an hour, which is way less time than it would take to zest 100 kumquats. I have tried this, it works.



By: Fred

Sat, 02 Jan 2010 08:24:31 +0000

Sounds and looks great. I am going to shack it up with organic Limoncello di Sonoma for a fresh approach.



By: WillyH7

Mon, 04 Aug 2008 02:00:57 +0000

I'd love to hear more about others' cellos! Yes, very musical! I also first tasted limoncello in Italy, but only last year tried my hand at production myself. You can find Everclear on-line, and it's worth the search. I'm satisfied to buy limoncello, so I wanted to work with other fruits whose cellos cannot be readily purchased. Key lime, Buddha's Hand citron, rangpur lime are all delightful, but easily my favorite is the kumquatcello. After all, this is the one citrus whose rind is the best part, so it stands to reason that its cello is the ultimate. Just takes extra patience to zest enough of the little guys (I do over a hundred to make a batch). TRY IT! You won't regret it!



By: FlaNBoyant Eats

Sun, 11 May 2008 21:14:39 +0000

now that i'm done taping and just about caught up with normal life, im making my way back over here. limoncello is awesome! i went to Sorrento and Capri about 10 years ago with a b-friend and that was our gift to our families. I regret not bringing some for me! I love your description and arrangement; and of course the colors! I just might be looking for some in ATL! watching vids now!



By: maybelles mom

Fri, 09 May 2008 00:10:50 +0000

I had the kind of day at work that makes me dream that I had a cocktail--and these look like exactly what I need (bright, sunny, and strong.)



By: Antonio Tahhan

Thu, 08 May 2008 01:23:49 +0000

I can't begin to say how much I love Limoncello! While I was in Italy we used to have it after dinner almost everyday; talk about a phenomenal way to end dinner, hm? I like the idea of a kumquatcello!



By: lifeinrecipes

Tue, 06 May 2008 00:52:12 +0000

So bright, beautiful and cheery. I am craving one of your cocktails right now!



By: Cakelaw

Mon, 05 May 2008 03:53:01 +0000

What gorgeous photographs! I am a citrus-o-phile, so this post has me salivating big time. Both drinks look extremely refreshing. I had a mojito for the first time on Saturday night, and loved it with its zesty lime.



By: Jen Yu

Sat, 03 May 2008 19:00:48 +0000

Okay, I just went to your garden tour and I want to know how long you guys have lived at your house!?! Did you plant all of those or were some of them there to begin with? So awesome. Of course, it helps that you don't live where winter is king ;) Love the plethora of produce you have there. Why would you even need to go to the farmers' market ever?!? I'm coming to YOUR house :) xxoo



By: Tiina

Fri, 02 May 2008 22:02:21 +0000

Your picture for Click is lovely as are all the pictures in this post! They actually made me thirsty, not for limoncello, though :), but for freshly squeezed blood orange juice. Greetings, Tiina