Florida has always been the home of Key-lime pie, so politicians made it the official state pie in 2006. Not to disappoint you, but the tiny yellow fruit hasn’t grown here commercially for decades. The closest you’ll get to the real thing is found at Kermit’s Key West Key Lime Shoppe. For 18 years, baker Kermit Carpenter has used the real Key-lime juice (imported from Mexico), and his pies pass the test: They’re yellow and tart rather than green and sweet, so expect to pucker up. Another Key lime pie we love is the version served at the Fish House in Key Largo. Topped with traditional meringue it’s a winner.