Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Foraging and identifying wild ginger in the Northeast
A photo collage and description of the common dandelion, the wonderful dandelion!
You can drink in spring (quite literally) by foraging violets and honeysuckle for fragrant infused flower syrups. They make the most divine cocktails.
We love ramps, we love deep fried foods. How about some Hungarian deep-fried ramps-filled bread?
Wild dock leaves filled with rice,feta and origano
Some notes on my first season of violet jelly...
Using foraged garlic mustard, we cook up a hearty dinner recipe. Very customizable, just vary the filling!
A bagel recipe made with pungent, wild ramps.
How to find, collect, prepare, and preserve nutrient-rich stinging nettles as explained to me by a forager extraordinaire.
Foraging for burdock root has been on my radar for a while. I’d heard that burdock is a tasty root vegetable, but had never tried it. I see cultivated burdock at my co-op, but at $6.29 a pound, foraging in a vacant lot is much more appealing.