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- n. A thick preserve made from lemons (juice and zest), egg yolk, butter and sugar
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- n. a conserve with a thick consistency; made with lemons and butter and eggs and sugar
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“Mrs. Slattery at the Abbey sent two game pies and a lemon curd pudding this morning.
However, when Mrs. Slattery’s lemon curd pudding appeared and Charles consumed half of it, Penny wasn’t sure he even noticed.
He held his peace until Mrs. Slattery’s lemon curd pudding was set before them and Filchett departed.
"Now, if you were a gentleman," he said, taking mercy on her after watching her for several seconds as she spread and respread the lemon curd on her toast, "we could play billiards.