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Five foodie things

Historical Bitters using moisture extracted from Winston Churchill’s house, created by The Robin Collective

Spoils from Borough Market – wood pigeon, freshly laid eggs, IOW Tomato & Chilli jam… 44 more words


Ravioli and asparagus

Cream cheese ravioli with wild garlic and asparagus

A tasty combination of creamy cheese, wild garlic (taste is similar to chives) and sweet asparagus.


The Year is Turning!

The Year is Turning!

A week of firsts: the first forage: wild garlic; the first preserve: wild garlic pesto with Ashmore cheese; the first harvest from the greenhouse: a dozen rocket leaves; the first local asparagus with the first sungold tomatoes! 7 more words

Wild Garlic

The Bluebell Woods

One of the real treasures of the springtime in the British Isles must surely be when the bluebells carpet the floor of our ancient woods. Bluebells (or wild hyacinths) are a feature of woodlands which are virtually unknown in other parts of Europe. 57 more words

Wild Places

The Rendezvous!

I’m sat in the car amidst the hazy lazy sunshine in the cosmopolitan Northern Quarter in Manchester, waiting to collect some wild garlic from a fellow twitter, an offer I couldn’t turn down fresh plucked wild garlic to cook with offered up as they had a plethora of the wild stuff, so here I remain squeezed between a colourful open windowed karaoke bar with “gentleman john” ( named by him not be may I add!) blurting out an off key Sinatra Under My Skin and the foodie side of the trendy eateries and the uber cool Supermarket where my deal of wild garlic will be passed to me from someone I’ve never met but has a fabulous pseudonym on twitter ( … 138 more words


Čemaž, the wild garlic or the bear's garlic

Plant of the Week has been won by the young wild garlic!   ;)

Intensively picked this period all around Slovenia, can be found growing wild, at the edge of broadleaf forests, usually next or around a body of water. 89 more words


Perl Las, Mushroom and Wild Leek Quiche

You can’t move in the food blogosphere at this time of year for wild garlic. I even saw someone on Twitter refer to it as a ‘wild garlic willy-waving contest’ the other day, which did make me titter. 647 more words