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Staghorn Sumac - A Weed You Can Eat

Before I begin telling you about the wonderful things you can do with the staghorn sumac let me be clear; there is a poisonous sumac but this is not the variety I’m suggesting you eat. 718 more words

Berries

Foraged, Bought, Grown

Cooking when on holiday is a little strange. This is exacerbated when I am cooking for one and when I am cooking while in the middle of writing. 319 more words

Recipes

Chilean Guavas

You will smell them before you see them. As the aromatic fruit ripens to a dark blood red, they fall to the ground.  The soft outer skin ruptures upon impact releasing the sweet berry scent.   206 more words

Seasonal Kitchen

Tricolour Toast.

I get ridiculously excited by a bit of free food. It’s not just the obvious value for no money, it’s the incredible kick I get from finding sustenance in the wild. 333 more words

Food

Native

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Native is a tiny new restaurant in Covent Garden focusing on game and foraged foods.  I admit to being a bit skeptical about this type of cuisine.   38 more words

Eating

Native, Seven Dials

Type of Bar: Bar/Restaurant
Damage: ££
Ideal for: Date, Small Groups, Food, Foraged Food, Game

From street food stalls, to pop-ups and supper clubs, … 1,004 more words

Bars & Cocktails

One Bee Hive at a Time

I have spent several years thinking about becoming a beekeeper and this year I will officially have my own hive. I have followed blogs and read books and talked with several beekeepers about the hobby.   644 more words

Foraging