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?
What is available right now in southeastern Connecticut for wild food foragers.
Candied and jellied, lilac blossoms make lovely additions to your pantry.
The pretty flowers we see are destined to become summer's bounty of fruit. Identify 5 wild edibles by their blooms right now.
Including a link for the recipe we use, here is a description of the common violet that may be carpeting your shady back yard. Eat them!
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.
Originally posted in 2010, a reference guide to gathering chickweed, and what to do with it.
Originally posted in 2010, here's another recipe to use up that invasive Japanese Knotweed.
Use the Japanese knotweed growing invasively in your yard!