Finger lime: the caviar of citrus
Am I the only one that’s slightly disturbed by the phrase, “finger lime? … RT @LAArboretum
Australian finger lime, “the caviar of citrus” LATimes
Have you ever cooked or prepared drinks with a finger lime … ProChef SmartBrief .
Forum: Finger Lime Repotting
I purchased a finger lime from the Nursery whilst travelling last year, it travelled well in the loo of our caravan and I have kept it in its pot since
Finger Limes Working Their Way to Your Table (Gradually)
The finger lime, quite different from other citrus fruit, looks a bit like a pickle, … Creative mixologists are already mixing up finger lime cocktails. …
After a hot and very dry start to summer, we have had two weeks of good rain. The trees are full and loaded with fruit, as well as showing good signs of growth. The harvest will start mid February.
The new plantings of near Seedless, green flesh variety are looking very healthy. They where planted late spring, and where already 18months old, so a bit more mature than previous plantings, which is really showing the advantages of doing so, I am confident they will have harvestable quantities next year.
“My Foodservice News” reports on the state of Finger Limes in California.
Very interesting information from the USA, with some insightful historical facts.
My Foodservice News