Taste the Wild Blog

January 30, 2013

Saved! Thirty minute wild garlic bread.

What to do?  Soup is made, we are nearly ready to eat, and no bread!  What can you do when you have run out of the staff of life but have not got time for kneading, proving and waiting? Soda bread!! This quick easy bread is flavoured with the Wild Garlic seeds we preserved back in … Continued

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January 16, 2013

Winter's ear !

While all the plants are sleeping under the snow, there is still at least one thing you can harvest in the woods: jelly ear! This funny looking mushroom grows on dead branches but not on any tree, they like Elder and Sycamore, which make it easy to spot (if you know your trees!). Jelly ear, … Continued

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January 1, 2013

Surprise winter mushrooms!!!

We had fabulous fungi find today whilst making the most of the first dry day in what seems like weeks.  We really just wanted to feel the sun on our necks and the wind in our hair but we had a bonus and found something for dinner too!!! The frosts of even a mild winter … Continued

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