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Thank you so much, pauljoseph! That gorgeous stone mortar & pestle is quite amazing as well.
Wow, so interesting cinnamon as barbeque wood sounds incredible. Your photo is beautiful, thanks for sharing this pauljoseph!
Very cool! Thanks for posting this pauljoseph.
Yes boulangere stone mortar & pestle at least 100 years old used by my great great grand mother,now most of them are in our garden corner
Thank you, how very beautiful they all are.
Wht stunning pictures!
Cinnamon in your garden!! Oh my, pauljoeseph! And I thought Meyer lemons in the garden were pretty exotic! Thank you for sharing these pictures and opening a window into your life. You've probably told us before, but please tell us again where you live.
love the 'aatukall & ammi' (grinding stones) used so creatively in the garden. these were a staple in every home before the blender & more recently, the electric stone grinder came into vogue!. Gosh Pauljoseph... do U live on a spice plantation?? wow!!!
Pauljoseph, It would be wonderful if you could make these photographs of food related items in their 'native habitat', a regular photo feature, I'm sure a lot of others here as well look eagerly forward to your pix.
I am from Kerala The God's Own Country
Panfusine regular photo feature I am very much interested but how to start with?
Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
Absolutely, I agree with Panfusine that Pauljoseph's photographs are so much more than a simple pickle! Every picture is beautiful and interesting. I have some crudely cut cinnamon, and I was especially excited with this one. But they are all amazing.
well, you could decide on the day you want to post a pic ( on a weekday,) & simply post like you've done here, with a little bit of information (like your comments on cinnamon wood being fabulous for BBQ).. you could post a note the previous day hinting at what you're going to post the next day... thats it!
Homegrown cinnamon ... amazing!
Could you tell us more about the tree itself -- how tall, are there flowers, how do you know when to harvest (the bark?) --- ?? No wonder the Europeans wanted spices! We can read about it, but hearing from you and seeing your excellent photos makes it real.
hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
pauljoseph, is your cinnamon the ceylon variety or the cassia variety?
Pauljoseph, Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos!
we use cinnamon leaves for cooking and food styling one is tender leaves other the seed and the green leaves we have both variety of trees
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