Weather: 25 degrees with snow clouds
What I’m listening to: Never Gone, Colton Dixon
It’s March and it’s about time I posted something springy and green, with St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner. And, since fruit curd is most popularly eaten in the UK and also in Ireland with biscuits or scones, this seemed like a nice green nod to our favorite Irish holiday.
Fun fact: Pastor Alaska’s side of the family is Irish and all three of our kids have Irish names. I dream of one day visiting The Green Isle.
Don’t tell lemon curd but I think I love this Key Lime Curd even more, if that’s possible. Tart and sweet and intensely citrus-flavored. Curd is simple to make – the most difficult thing about it is squeezing the juice out of the tiny little key limes. You’ll want to buy a bag of them, you’ll need probably 8-10 of the cute little buggers. If you have leftovers, I have a couple other fabulous recipes using key limes like Strawberry Key Limeade and my Key Lime Cake.