Key Lime Pie

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  1. That really takes me back! I remember the days we had to stock up on Nellie and Joe’s whenever we went to the Keys because that was the only place we could find it. I also remember the time we went to a restaurant and you queried the waitress as to the color of their “Key Lime” pie. when she said “green” you made a face and told her thanks anyway. To paraphrase Andre Smith, “Not a lot of people know that” Key Limes are yellow when ripe. We might have to try a little store-bought rather than fresh-caught blackened fish with homemade Key Lime pie when you visit next…

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  2. What wonderful childhood memories, caught for us in the words of your post. I feel as though I’ve shared a moment with you all…..and it brought back memories of night fishing for sea trout, which Granny would grill before we went to bed 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on Meredith's Musings and commented:
    Honey, Andrea Badgely knows how to stir up an intense desire for Key Lime Pie. When I lived on Lake Tarpon in Pinellas County, my neighbor had citrus trees. He invited me to help myself. I made many a pie using the key limes from his tree. Bottled key lime juice isn’t the best choice, but it beats not having pie! Follow Andrea’s blog for recipes.

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  4. The description was so real made me feel like I was watching the scene. I’m so hungry after reading this, I think I’ll have to try the recipe now. 🙂

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    1. You should! It’s easy and delicious, and if you like lemony summer treats you’ll probably like this. It has a little more zing than lemon merengue, which is what I like about it. Let me know if you try it.

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