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?
I’m often asked about the best things to forage in a given season. In Autumn, there’s lots to choose from, with berries, nuts and fungi of all types in abundance.
Scotch Hedgerow Jelly a real jewel of Autumn and perfect to serve with savoury and sweet dishes
Who said vitamins had to taste bad? Preserving the high vitamin c content in rose hips using raw apple cider vinegar is easy and delicious.
Rosehip Vinegar, a super easy recipe for fall
Rosehip jelly, the jewel in the forager's crown!
Foraging for food is a new concept for me. This rose hip jelly is my first dive into it, and I'm hooked!
Using a basic dehydrator or just air drying are two more methods of preserving our foraged bounty to use all year long.
Homemade vinegar may seem daunting but all you need is some wine, something wild to infuse it, such as wild rose hips, a dark cupboard and a good mother.
Looking for an easy recipe for a party, or a way to use up rose hips you gathered and dried? These are simple to make and incredibly addictive little treats, that are pretty to look at too!
Rose hips make for a unique flavor - apples, almonds and rose petals. Use this light syrup to make a refreshing soda or to mix unforgettable cocktails.