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Tips For A Broke Witch

I don’t know about you, but I would love to have that dream Witch Aesthetic™. I’m talking apothecary jars, ancient tomes, wooden carved everything, foraged and home grown food. 508 more words

Witchcraft

Chokecherries

Trying a few new food things with chokecherries which I’ll probably post on down the road. Here is a phone photo trailer for you which seems to nicely capture a forager’s view of this abundant wild Maritime fruit. Ciao

Nature

A fresh take on date and fennel

A wholemeal and white loaf infused with a hint of fennel and the sweetness of dates.

Available to taste at the Ravenstonedale country show this coming Saturday.

Bread

The rising cult of self sufficiency ...

Have you noticed how popular foraging has become? Self-sufficiency overall has been gaining a bit of a comeback over the last decade or so, and it’s all about growing your own food, making your own bread – even upcycling your clothes. 907 more words

August- the perfect time to forage for giant puffballs

August is a lovely month for foraging. It’s fruit and nut time, with blackberries and hazelnuts ripening in the hedgerows. Hazelnuts are ripe when the leaf surrounding them is starting to turn yellowish, but move fast, as it will always be a case of you versus the squirrels in the race to the nut. 330 more words

Dairy Free Apple & Blackberry Crumble

There seems to be an abundance of blackberries in hedgerows all over the South this year so we collected a couple of punnets full during a woodland walk yesterday and I made this quick and easy Apple and Blackberry Crumble.   287 more words

Recipes

Blackberry Pie

I hope you have a place like Swans Island.

I don’t necessarily mean an island off the coast of Maine with one store and a population of 300 (but I highly recommend it). 729 more words

Pies & Pie Bars