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Cabbage Key June 14, 2006

Posted by Kim in Bahamas, Cruising, Fishing.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Cabbage Key

Today the storm conditions seem to be better so we will continue our trip home. It is still cloudy and a bit breezy as we leave the Ft. Myers Yacht Basin a little before 1000 hours but nothing to worry about. We are in no hurry as we don’t expect to reach Tampa before tomorrow. By the time we reach Pine Island Sound, the sun is winning out over the clouds and patches of blue increase. Shortly after noon, we approach Cabbage Key and decide to dock for lunch. It has it’s normal lunch crowd but we are able to get a slip and walk up to the Inn and get a nice table on the screened in back porch under a giant white mangrove tree. The dining room and porch are crowded and we have to wait a bit for service but we don’t care… It is pleasant and when we finally do get the food, it is good. Tommy and I have the rubin on rye and Ralph has the hamburger. Tommy and I also have key lime pie for desert. Cabbage Key is so pleasant, we decide to stop early today and dock here for the night. It’s almost 1500 hrs now and the rest of the crew is napping while I write this.



1. Stephanie Keen - April 26, 2008

The key lime pie is the best I have ever tasted. How can I get the recipe?

2. bill - August 14, 2008

here it is. you have to scale down because this makes 10 pies…Bake 10 pies shells…cool. separate 2 1/2 doz eggs. mix yolks with 4 cups key lime juice and a number 10 can of sweetened condensed milk. reserve in fridge. with the remaining egg whites…using a hand mixer or table mixer. beat on high until volume is double. fold in previous mixture and freeze for 12 hours.

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