Taste the Wild Blog

September 4, 2014

Hedge Jelly

This is a simple recipe to make a wonderfully tasty wild fruit jelly that is great on toast, in cakes or whenever you need a hit of fruity goodness.  We have been doing it for years and it remains a great favourite. The beauty of this recipe is that you can use which ever edible … Continued

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April 30, 2013

Coconut scented sunshine. (Wild Food Weekend Course. 26th-28th April 2013)

The Gorse is flowering so well it seemed a good idea to share my recipes for gorse flavoured desserts. The lovely folk on our wildfood weekend really enjoyed the syrup and crystalised flowers so here for you all are the recipes. To crystalised gorse flowers Mix an egg white with a tablespoon of water and … Continued

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September 7, 2012

Recipes for preserves

Preserving the flavours of the seasons is a thing I love to do. Jams, syrups, pickles have a go it’s not hard. Lime Blossom syrup I made this syrup about a week ago. It’s got a really unusual, melony, flavour – I’d say a bit like fruit salad. If you can still find some lime blossom … Continued

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