Mid-winter is when citrus season starts to shine!  This week we are featuring one of our favourites, the Meyer Lemon. Meyer Lemons are believed to be a cross between a mandarin variety and a lemon.  They are smaller, smoother and sweeter than a traditional lemon and have a noticeably floral personality.  Meyer Lemons can be used in recipes that call for lemon, but they a significantly less acidic, so they lend themselves particularly well to sweeter lemon preparations. A quick recipe search will show numerous tarts, cakes and bars that call for Meyer Lemon.  Some digging will produce savoury preparations.  Try Meyer Lemons in a <a href="http://food52.com/recipes/31867-shaved-brussels-sprout-salad-with-bacon-meyer-lemon-and-tart-dried-cherries">salad</a> or even on <a href="http://www.howsweeteats.com/2013/01/meyer-lemon-pizza/">pizza</a>. Let us know what you did with your Meyer Lemons!  We would love to hear what kind of great recipes you have concocted.