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October 25, 2021

Autumn Foraging with Fungi

Taste the Wild Foraging and Wood Fired Cookery Courses and Workshops

Over the weekend 30 people joined Taste the Wild on our Autumn Foraging with Fungi course and workshop. We foraged through our private woodland looking for wild edible foods and fungi. The autumn is a fantastic time to forage for mushrooms and we found some edibles, lots of inedibles and too many LBJs (little brown … Continued

Autumn Foraging with Fungi
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October 21, 2014

Hawthorn and orange fool with Hogweed tuile

This is a lovely simple dessert for Autumn, making the most of the often ignored Hawthorn haw. (Identification notes below) For the fool. 250g Hawthorn Haws, stalks removed and washed 1 Bramley Apple, peeled cored and chopped Juice of half an orange 2 strips of orange zest 100g Granulated Sugar 300ml Double Cream Cook the … Continued

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October 3, 2013

Blackberry whisky recipe and September fungi course photos

Last Sunday we held our first mushroom day course of the year. The group learnt to identify the important fungi features that make accurate identification possible. We found a wide variety of fungi – not to mention the 10 different edibles that Chris cooked up for people to taste. Our Blackberry Whisky recipe is below, … Continued

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