My untraditional Birch “Beer”, which is more like a really weak wine. I posted on Facebook that I made a Birch Beer, and I got many questions in regards to it. So, I decided to a write up about what I did. I hope it clears up some questions or inspires you to make your…Read More
Do you have a favorite Fiddlehead Patch that you go to in the Springtime? Well, if you do, go back to it in late September and early October and start hunting for Late Fall Oysters (Sarcoma serotina. Previously known as Panellus serotinus). Where there are Fiddleheads, there is often Alder trees growing. And just not…Read More
A very satisfying meal, in more ways than one.
A meal that is created from hunting, foraging and gardening finds!
Getting up close to the living world around us.Read More
Connections can happen in a blink of an eye or they can develop over time. However they happen and whether they be made with people, places or things, they can fun, rewarding, and beneficial. Farm Folk City Folk reached out to me and asked if I could be a guest blogger on their website. I’ve…Read More
FALSE SOLOMON SEAL FLOWER FRITTERS • 10-12 False Solomon Seal Flowers • 1 Cup SIFTED All-Purpose Flour • 2 TBSP Rice flour • 1 TBSP Baking Powder • 1 TBSP Corn Starch • 1.5 TBSP Sugar • 1 TSP Sea Salt • 1 Cup of ice cold water • Coconut Oil or Lard…Read More
Why Tap Birch Trees in the first place!? Honestly, what else are you doing in April here in the North!? Ice fishing season is done (me crying a bit in a corner with violins playing sad music in the background). It’s too cold to plant a garden outside and there are no Spring greens to…Read More
This post may be the only one ever written about Lake Whitefish being made into Fish Taco’s so far. If I owned a restaurant, I would serve this!Read More
Poor Man’s Lobster. I’m not poor when I eat this wild dish. I want a whole Lota Lota of this!Read More