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Grease a cup tube pan and dust with cake flour; tap out any excess. Be sure to grease and flour the center column too.
You can also use Pam with Flour I do. Scrub the lemons with hot soapy water. Rinse really well and dry completely. Carefully zest four of the lemons, being careful to avoid the pith the white part that live right below the yellow part of the lemon.
Take your time on this step. The zest is the king of lemon flavor and it's where the majority of the lemon flavor comes.
Always err on the side of more zest than you need and do your best to avoid the pith as that will add bitterness. It doesn't take many swipes to get to the pith white stuff so go slow.
With a very sharp paring knife, cut the tops and bottoms off of each lemon. Put the cut-side down on the cutting board, trim the pith off the lemon, working vertically, going all the way around, exposing the pulp of the lemon.
Over a bowl, cut segments from membranes see photo aboveletting fruit and any juice fall into the bowl, being sure to discard the seeds and the remaining membranes. With a fork, break segments into 1-inch pieces. Here's a juicy tip: Try to get as much of the lemon-meat as possible as you're segmenting the lemon.
The goal is to collect as much of the lemon segment clusters as you can, it's not about getting lemon juice. Sure, you'll get some lemon juice as it's part of the process of segmenting the lemons but it's not goal.
Don't think you've done something wrong if your bowl isn't running over with juice. Actually, if you find that you have more juice than lemon-segments, then something didn't go right. At that point, save the juice for the glaze and start over.
In a separate bowl, combine the sugar and the lemon zest. Work the sugar and zest together between your fingers until the sugar is moist, grainy and very aromatic.Better Than Starbucks Lemon Pound Cake Yield: Many, many slices!
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