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
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Field to Forest Pot Pie
A very satisfying meal, in more ways than one.
A meal that is created from hunting, foraging and gardening finds!
Creatures Great and Small
Getting up close to the living world around us.Read More
FORAGING FOR A CONNECTION
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
Fish Tacos made with ‘not-your-typical’ fish
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’ Roll
Poor Man’s Lobster. I’m not poor when I eat this wild dish. I want a whole Lota Lota of this!Read More
Infused Labrador Tea Chocolates OR Infused Juniper Berry Chocolates. Take your pick!
Hand over the Chocolate and nobody gets hurt.Read More
Can you pass the Mushroom Ketchup please?
If you are reading this, I’d like to relish the fact that you’ve mustard up the courage to ketchup to my level.
As a hunter-gatherer and a consumer of food grown on a farm or a greenhouse, I am always on the look out to combine all the flavors, wild or not, in new and interesting ways. Why just have Tomato Ketchup when you can have Mushroom Ketchup?
Bog Cranberry and Fir Crème Brûlée
Let’s get down and personal with the Bog Cranberry. When I say down…I mean it literally! Get down onto your hands and knees and start picking!Read More