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?
Find, identify, and eat some invasive Japanese knotweed, with links to recipes.
It is early spring! If you want to surprise people with yummy food from your yard (note: I said yummy, NOT healthy), pick your yard clean of dandelion flowers and fry them up!
Unusual, very tasty but simple pickle recipe for early spring.
Hairy Bittercress is a spring ephemeral, first to come into season, first to fall out of season. Identify this commonly overlooked weed and add it to a dressing, soup, or eat it as a raw, peppery salad.
A homemade tincture to help fight heartburn.
One man's junk is another girl's treasure: while my neighbor systematically mows down his dandelions, I'm making mine into cordial...
Earthy, sweet, with a hint of vanilla, and very much like honey!
A vegetarian soup using foraged stinging nettles is a good iron boost for spring.
You have weeds, we have recipes. An easy vegetarian hummus, with a fiery kick is a great late spring snack.
A simple sauce made with tangy, lemony wild sheep sorrel and seedlings thinned from your garden.