Category Archives: Foraging

Nature’s Goodies: Onion Grass

This is first in a series of posts about things appearing wild in my yard.  I’m hoping to track down more that I may not yet recognize, but as I go along, here they will be. Onion grass is indeed … Continue reading

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Wild Raspberry Season

For breakfast: Raspberries, ad libitum. Simple recipe:  Go out into the back yard, where wild raspberries have taken over segments, and look for brilliantly-red fruits.  Pluck and eat. If you don’t bring them into the house, you don’t have to … Continue reading

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Laurel Ridge Farm Day

Early in the day last Saturday, I hung out with my compatriots at our Herb Study Group over our topic of “Foraging”, and I supplied the willing and unwilling with ideas for how to cook up Squirrel.  (It was a … Continue reading

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Spring Foraging in the New England Back Yard

I’d call this living off the fat of the land, but I haven’t been able to procure any of the wild turkeys or white-tailed deer that sometimes roam past.  For one, I’m too close to neighbors to be shooting off … Continue reading

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First Cookbooks – A First O’ the Month Special

For the first of each month, I’m going to try to do something special, mostly centered around books.  Although this time it’s cookbooks, it won’t necessarily be cookbooks.  Might be memoirs with food as an element; might be fiction with … Continue reading

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