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Within all the information you wanted eh, all I found regarding the "Lemon Pie" is that it originated in medieval times was usually a dessert served at banquets given by Queen Elizabeth ofEngland. So its true origin is English and is approaching the sixteenth century.
A "Pie" is a dish cooked in the oven consists of a mass or base which is filled with various ingredients, sweetor savory. The "feet" can be filled on a mass basis or from above, in this case the mass is used normally, but then turns on a plate or tray so that the presentation of "Pie" is the mass upwards.
The"Lemon Meringue Pie or Lemon Pie" is a type of baked cake that is usually served for dessert. It is made with a dough used as a base and in some cases has walls with a lemon-based filling anddecorated with meringue. The merengue is at the top of the "Pie" and used to decorate, this scenario in most cases it is shaped peaks, and can be burned with the heat of a blowtorch.
According to foodhistorians, these flavors of lemon candy, desserts and pastries are cooked from medieval times to the seventeenth century after the invention of the merengue, was called "Lemon Pie" or "Lemon Meringue Pie"as which as we know it today is a product of Century 19.
El Limón
The lemon, Citrus × lemon, is a small evergreen fruit tree that can reach 6 m in height. Its fruit is a lemon, fruit edible acid andextremely fragrant flavor that is used in food. The lemon tree has a smooth bark and yellow hardwood prized for cabinet work. Botanically, the lemon is a hybrid species of the genus Citrus, Rutaceaefamily.
The lemon tree is native to Asia and was unknown to the Greeks and Romans, being first mentioned in the book on agriculture Nabathae to the third or fourth century. Its culture was notdeveloped in the West until after the Arab conquest of Spain, then spread throughout the Mediterranean coast where it is grown extensively due to the mild climate for domestic consumption and export.