Napolitan Limoncello: A Family Recipe
Let me begin this post by confessing this is not my family’s recipe. Nearly a decade ago, I traveled to Pozzuoli, Italy (just outside of Naples) to attend the wedding of my friends Luigi and…
Limoncello | Lemon Liqueur and Cocktail Mixer
An easy-to-make Italian liqueur that is particularly popular in the Amalfi Coast region known for it's abundant lemon orchards. Enjoy as an after dinner cordial or cocktail mixer. Also used to flavor sangria, cakes, fruit salad, and hot or cold tea. Great for gifts; printable tags provided in blog post.
Homemade Limoncello - Peter's Food Adventures
A refreshing and delicious Italian digestivo. This homemade recipe is easier to make than you think. How to make Limoncello Liqueur
Homemade Limoncello | Love and Olive Oil
I've been working on this recipe since March. It's quite hard when you're working with a seasonal ingredient, and trying to test a recipe that requires long rest periods between steps (and I don't mean
Homemade Authentic Limoncello
This homemade authentic limoncello recipe is so good! Limoncello is an alcoholic Italian drink used as a digestive. It's delicious lemon zesty flavor yet 80 proof alcohol content makes it a great drink for entertaining or as an after-dinner shot.
This Homemade Limoncello recipe is a relatively simple (and fun!) project. The final drink is extremely smooth (yet strong!), sweet and full of lemon flavor. Keep the bottles in the freezer and break out the limoncello for after-dinner sipping. #browneyedbaker #limoncello #homemadelimoncello #cocktails #drinks #limoncellorecipe
HOMEMADE LIMONCELLO RECIPE AND HISTORY ready in 3 days!
Homemade Limoncello is a recipe very easy to prepare, a must for any Italian festivity! Even if, the traditional method needs a long time for the infusion, scientifically the taste of this delicious Italian after-dinner spirit made with lemons will be perfect in just three days!
How To Make Limoncello
It has taken me far too long to discover how amazing — and how astoundingly easy — it is to make my own limoncello. I had this hazy idea that limoncello must be a closely guarded secret kept by a sect of weathered Italian grandfathers with wooly driving caps and secretive, knowing smiles. Just me? Well, it turns out all you need to make truly incredible limoncello are some good lemons, a bottle of stiff vodka, and just a little patience.
When one of my stepsons turned thirteen, his mom hosted a dinner at her house which also included her parents as guests – Vincent’s grandparents. Quickly after we arrived, Leo – Vincent’s Italian g…