Chilebrown at home

Friday, September 10, 2010


We have a 'Buddha's Hand' tree in our yard. It is a very fragrant citron citrus plant. I am fascinated by its appearance. If you use your imagination the Buddha's hand does have a mythical life like quality.This fruit will perfume your house with a lovely lemony bouquet of fragrance. Our kitchen is full of our tomato's and other vegetables. The Buddha's Hand is a welcome addition.

And Now for Something Completely Different

David Crosby, Rock Star, ‘60’s’ icon, poet, guitarist, drug addict, visionary and sperm donor extraordinaire, is a man who wears many hats. If you are a fan of rock and roll you will know his greatness and appreciate his ‘Genius’. He may be gray and look like Grandpa Walton, his voice may quiver, but listen and feel the greatness of his music.


Zoomie said...

I'm envious of your Buddha's hand tree. I want to plant one.

Chilebrown said...

Oh well, I shaved my beard. The salt mine does not love 'Rock and Roll' as I.

Anonymous said...

That Buddha's Hand is really fun. Are you using it to make limoncello?

Chilebrown said...

Zia, thats a great idea! The tree is small now. Once it gets going I am am sending you a bottle fer sure.

cookiecrumb said...

Felt like letting your freak flag fly?

Glad you had a little vacay facial hair action.

Anonymous said...

That is an unbelievable song and performance. Reminded me to download it to itunes. I was/am a huge CSN and Y fan back in the day and unfortunately have never seen them in concert. :-/ Not even the abbreviated CSN :-/ Not even a solo Y concert have I seen. :-/ They were in Denver a couple of years ago and I couldn't go. :-/

Chris said...

That's a crazy looking fruit, I've never even heard of it before. So do you just use it like lemon and lime? Is the flesh pulpy like citrus or more firm?

Chilebrown said...

cookiecrumb, Peace!

highlandsranchfoodie, Don't feel bad, I have never seen them in concert either. I was only a kid in their heyday.

Chris, Only the peel/zest is used. No juice. I grow it for the looks and smell.