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?
This is a question I get a lot. When people ask me what I like to do for fun I say, “I like to go foraging.” They always ask “What can you find foraging?”. Well, there is quite a bit. In fact the types of foods is endless.
Yes it's that time again. Trounce in the woods, find yourself some ramps and pickle it pickle it pickle it! Try your hat at pickled ramps and find out what you've been missing all these springs!
Persimmons from the store are good. Persimmons from the woods? The thrill of the find makes them even sweeter.
Spring rolls made with wisteria flowers, redbud flowers and chickweed. It's the perfect way to infuse spring into spring rolls.
Yes you can harvest your spruce's needles! Gather the tender young tips in the spring and enjoy a delightful lemony tea. Medicinally valuable and darn tasty too!
A rainbow of naturally colored Easter eggs made from purple cabbage, red beets, and turmeric
You've got sap! Now what?! How to process your sap into syrup DIY style. How to collect, boil it down and get it on some pancakes!
How do you tap those maples...click here to find out and discover what REAL maple syrup tastes like!
I decided to go for a hike and try my hand at making some white pine needle tea to get me geared up for the spring foraging season.
Make tasty infusions and decoctions of wild foraged plants, fungi, and roots for a winter time herbal tea party.