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!
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
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
Oh Snap! I was becoming a soft round cookie myself!Read More
***Juniper and Pumpkin Crème*** Brulee
Enjoy this with Pumpkin Spiced Latte! Or heck…maybe a Gin Martini!?
Taste the Wild Cookies: Labrador Tea leaf Cookies Ingredients: -1 cup butter melted -3 tablespoons of Labrador tea leaves -2 ¼ cups all-purpose flour -½ teaspoon baking soda -½ teaspoon salt -¾ cup granulated sugar -¾ cup packed brown sugar -1-2 tbsp fine ground Labrador Tea leaves -1 egg -2-3 tablespoons of milk Directions: Preheat…Read More
It’s Rosehip Season! Some say wait until first frost to collect Rosehips, I say, collect them when they are big, beautiful and ripe! Don’t miss out on this years Rosehips! ROSEHIP APPLE JELLY Yield: Makes 6-8 8-ounce jars Rose hips have seeds with little hairs on them on the inside that are itchy and irritating.…Read More