Like to share this picture Harvesting Cinnamon from our garden

Cinnamon wood can use as Barbecue Wood

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drbabs
drbabs April 28, 2011

wow!

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boulangere
boulangere April 28, 2011

Thank you so much, pauljoseph! That gorgeous stone mortar & pestle is quite amazing as well.

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Sadassa_Ulna
Sadassa_Ulna April 28, 2011

Wow, so interesting cinnamon as barbeque wood sounds incredible. Your photo is beautiful, thanks for sharing this pauljoseph!

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Midge
Midge April 28, 2011

Very cool! Thanks for posting this pauljoseph.

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pauljoseph April 28, 2011

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

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boulangere
boulangere April 28, 2011

Thank you, how very beautiful they all are.

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nogaga
nogaga April 28, 2011

Wht stunning pictures!

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cookbookchick
cookbookchick April 28, 2011

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.

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Panfusine
Panfusine April 28, 2011

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!!!

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Panfusine
Panfusine April 28, 2011

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.

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pauljoseph
pauljoseph April 28, 2011

I am from Kerala The God's Own Country

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pauljoseph April 28, 2011

Panfusine regular photo feature I am very much interested but how to start with?

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Greenstuff
Greenstuff April 28, 2011

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.

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Panfusine
Panfusine April 28, 2011

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!

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wssmom
wssmom April 28, 2011

Homegrown cinnamon ... amazing!

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susan g
susan g April 28, 2011

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.

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hardlikearmour
hardlikearmour April 28, 2011

pauljoseph, is your cinnamon the ceylon variety or the cassia variety?

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Bevi
Bevi April 28, 2011

Beautiful pauljoseph

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SKK
SKK April 28, 2011

Pauljoseph, Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos!

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pauljoseph April 29, 2011

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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pauljoseph April 29, 2011

tender leaves

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