Florida Keys chefs David Sloan, left, and Marky Pierson, right, finish preparing a giant Key lime pie Thursday at South Station in Boston as part of an advertising campaign for the Florida Keys.
Florida Keys chefs David Sloan, left, and Marky Pierson, right, finish preparing a giant Key lime pie Thursday at South Station in Boston as part of an advertising campaign for the Florida Keys. Andy Newman Florida Keys News Bureau
Florida Keys chefs David Sloan, left, and Marky Pierson, right, finish preparing a giant Key lime pie Thursday at South Station in Boston as part of an advertising campaign for the Florida Keys. Andy Newman Florida Keys News Bureau

Giant Key lime pie gives Boston taste of Florida Keys

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