What’s the one thing Martha Stewart missed the most when she was in prison? Meyer lemons. Yea, right. Jackie and I gave each other extremely exaggerated eye rolls when we heard that on the news a few years ago. Then when we actually tasted those lemons, we took it all back. Jackie loaded up once a year at Costco when they were in season. We’re pretty sure that here in Ecuador, Meyer lemons would appear only in Jackie’s wet dreams. As a matter of fact, lemons are pretty rare here. Instead of lemons, we see limes. Many, many limes. Tons…
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