If there is one thing you should try during your visit in Florida, it is Key Lime Pie. This pie is made with a special type of limes called Key Limes (from the Florida Keys), a little tarter and usually smaller than regular limes. Many grocery stores in the US sell this juice on bottle, but since the pie taste so much better with freshly squeezed juice, you could use regular limes instead.
A few years ago I planted a key lime tree in our back yard, and it has grown a lot! Unfortunately the fruits (plenty of those) have always been small and dried up.
This year however, they are huge and oh so juicy! (Thanks to me watering the tree during the super dry spring months).
Last night I sent Ken and Sarah out to get me a bunch so I could make I pie.
It is very simple, just a graham crust and then 4 egg yolks, a small can of condensed, sweetened milk, half a cup of lime juice, and the zest from the limes you juiced, 12 minutes in the oven at 350 F, let cool and voila! Best served with some whipped cream... Mmmmm. Tart and not too sweet, perfect!