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    KeyLime Pie!

    Posted this down in the "good eats" section but the IMG tags wouldn't work there so I chose to duplicate here.

    Here's the raw material:



    Here's the pie after the custard is cooked and poured into the chocolate Keebler crust:



    Let this cool a bit, then whip up some meringue and pile on high:



    Cool again, and serve with a keylime tree leaf as garnish:



    Oh and for those of you who didn't know that keylime trees have THORNS:



    There you go Abby and Ann! Enjoy! Delicious!!!

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    OMG!

    Yummy! Yummy!

    I'll have to check the settings on the recipe forum and change them. Thanks for letting me know.

    Now, I am HUNGRY! I do love keylime pie and yours looks fabulous!!!!
    Ann B.
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    I used that recipe I sent to you, Ann, with a little twist... I added about two tablespoons of tequila in the last stir! Fabulous!

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    Looks so delicious.

    Actually I don't know anything about keylime. Is keylime another type of lime?
    Dave

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    Oh, that looks so yummy! Nothing like that to eat here though!
    Thanks, thanks alot! LOL! JJ!
    Happy Growing,
    Vicki in West. Mich.

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    Yum! Yum!

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    Wally World had a bag of key limes for 2.88 today. But they were green not yellowish.
    "If I keep a green bough in my heart, a singing bird will come"




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    Key Limes

    Key limes grow in the warmest parts of Florida,where it doesn't freeze.Some of them are round,some shaped like a California lemon. If your key limes are green,then they were picked very green.They have a good flavor when picked green,but not nearly as good as when picked ripe.They are about half the size of lemons,or a little less.
    Del

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