How is it that the Lime lives in the shadow of it's far less intriguing cousin the Lemon?
Sure, Lemons deliver pure sour flavor that requires sugar to make lemonade palatable (and darned refreshing).
Sure, Lemons can delicately accent the subtle flavors of grilled fish or fried calamari.
But it's the complexity in the Lime that add depth and intrigue to foods. Limes are sour in one recipe, then sweet in the next.
It's time to upstage the Lemon.
[Keep a few in the fridge and discover new uses for the Lime.]