Taste the Wild Blog

September 8, 2021

One Day Foraging – Fruits, flowers, foliage, roots & fungi

  From Fruits, flowers, foliage, roots & fungi, there is always something to forage. On our courses in addition to sharing our knowledge of wild edibles and their uses we also identify and therefore elinate those that are toxic. Here our our finds from our recent courses in the Taste the Wild woodland. If you … Continued

One Day Foraging – Fruits, flowers, foliage, roots & fungi
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August 15, 2021

Meadowsweet

With its sweet vanilla and almond fragrance this “Queen of the Meadow” wasn’t actually named after meadows but Mead. The fermented honey drink was once flavoured with Meadowsweet flowers, which have been used as a herbal painkiller since the Nordic brewers started using it as an ingredient. The cream flowers (from midsummer to autumn) grow … Continued

Meadowsweet
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April 25, 2021

Savoury Muffins for Brunch

Wild Garlic, Nettle and Cheese Savoury Muffins

Makes 12 large muffins  //  20 minutes preparation  //  30 minutes cooking INGREDIENTS 50g Wild Garlic Leaves 75g Nettle Tops (Blanched in boiling water and refreshed in ice-cold water). 200g Cream Cheese 310ml Milk 100ml Olive Oil 75g Grated Parmesan 110g Grated Cheddar 1 tsp Hot Chilli Powder 3 Large Eggs 500g Self-Raising Flour 2 … Continued

Savoury Muffins for Brunch
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