Lemon Dressing, Or Dressing The Lemon?
Whatever your requirements, QAR literally have them covered when it comes to lemons - from our muslin wraps with ribbon ties (available in a variety of colours to suit your decor or table setting) to our easy to use wedge bags with elastic tops.
A juicy lemon wedge adds a zesty splash of colour and taste to many dishes and drinks, but the pips and pulp can be unwelcome additions. Our muslin wraps, available in yellow or white, act as a natural filter keeping pips away and messy clothes and hands at bay! Made from 100% cotton, they are natural and sustainable.
Fancy gadgets certainly have their place in the modern kitchen, but simple solutions sometimes win, in terms of both function and aesthetic - our muslin wraps add a touch of class and practicality to the garnish, for little expense.
According to Etiquette Scholar:
“Table manners for squeezing lemons. When squeezing a lemon section over a dish or into tea, shield other diners from squirts by holding a spoon or your cupped hand in front of the lemon as you squeeze. (Some finer restaurants fit lemons with a cloth covering to prevent the problem.)
The lemon is then placed on the edge of the plate (or saucer) or, in the case of iced tea, dropped into the glass if you choose.”
Back in 1985, the founders of Regency Wraps departed from the manufacture of fashion fabrics and began their journey of developing products for the catering industry. Their first product, the muslin lemon wrap, was an instant hit with the world’s top chefs.
Diversifying from textiles, to include paper, plastic and even silicone products to their range, the brave move from fashion to catering was a wise one. Despite their expansion and diversification, the original lemon wraps continue to be a bestseller.
Muslin lemon wraps, with free coloured ribbon ties, and the handy elasticated wedge bags are available now from QAR Supplies. Their uses are unlimited: liven up your fish dishes, salads, finger bowls, herbal teas and infusions, mulled wine or even your humble jug of water. Why not try wrapping your limes as well?
By Tara Gibson