Lemons – like olives and grapes – are an iconic Italian crop. Travel through the Amalfi coast and you’ll see lemons everywhere. From lemons at fruit stands to painted lemons hidden in beautiful ceramic pottery, they seem to be everywhere you turn. Italy is the world’s largest lemon producer and this fragrant, sour fruit plays a big role in the countries cuisine. From limoncello – a lemon liqueur mainly produced in the South of Italy – to salad dressings, marinades, seafood dishes and even desserts, this do-it-all fruit can be found in much of Italy’s famous cuisine.While we were in Italy, we loved eating seafood with a spritz of lemon juice and a splash of olive oil – delizioso! Lemon desserts hold a special place in our hearts, from lemon granita to lemon tarts – you can’t go wrong. Today, we’re sharing recipes for some of our favorite lemon dishes. Try our Lemon Pappardelle, Lemon Olive Oil Cake and our kid-friendly Limoncello recipe, for a little taste of the Amalfi Coast in your home. Don’t forget to let us know what you think!