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Wednesday Night Kitchen Raid: Fiddlehead Parmesan Pasta

Wednesday again! Hungry? I am!  Do you remember me mentioning that I’ve been getting my organic fruits and vegetables delivered weekly? Well, this week I got something in my basket that I’ve never cooked with before. 411 more words


Just Sittin' Here Watchin' the Fiddleheads Grow

After a long stretch (for Vermont) of very warm, very dry weather, rain moved in on Sunday night.

Well, maybe “moved” isn’t quite the right verb. 132 more words

Vermont In Season

Fiddlehead Ferns and Wild Garlic

Like ancient creatures lifting their heads out of the darkness – or on the other hand, awful like the scrolls of violins.

Fiddlehead Ferns!

Fiddlehead ferns. Just the name alone makes them enticing to eat! I had them once at Candle 79, so when I just found them at Whole Foods, I bought a bunch, and ran home to cook them.  168 more words


A Fiddlehead Ferns and Sunday Brunch

Its that time of year when everyone is  excited about ramps, ramps, ramps… and more ramps. I love them. But there is something that excites me even more. 514 more words


What are they?:  Fiddleheads are the young, coiled, fronds of the ostrich fern.  They grow wild in wet areas, typically in the Northeast region of the United States, predominantly in Maine.  1,211 more words

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Fiddlehead ferns for dinner

We first ate fiddleheads in Japan, in Kyoto, in a spring tempura dish. We were charmed not only by its visual on the plate, but also by its fresh spring taste. 34 more words