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The Survival Series Part Two: Wild Garlic

Last week I started a new food series here on the blog focusing in on my fascination with survival (and coincidentally the ever-looming apocalypse).

Each week I’ll feature a wild food resource that can be found lurking where you least expect it. 320 more words

Ireland

Spring??

When does spring actually start?? This last week I have been suffering from what can only be described as weather bipolarism. There is a euphoric feeling when the sun warms your face for the first time in months – it sparks insatiable optimism. 605 more words

Chef

Wildflower Wednesday - late February 2015

This picture sums up the look on the Duver at the moment as the season changes from winter to spring.  Much of the Duver is still brown, but there are increasing  flashes of green.   167 more words

Duver

Wild garlic soup

It’s that wonderfully smelly time of year again, when garlic is wafting through the woods! Wild Garlic or Ramsons grow in shady, damp woodlands and along hedgerows and usually start appearing around February. 269 more words

Lydford Gorge - spring approaches

We were at Lydford Gorge yesterday afternoon with various National Trust colleagues at meeting where we are beginning to look at improving the marketing of the property. 127 more words

Wildflower Wednesday - January 2015

These photos were actually taken on Saturday because it was just such a beautiful morning.  Quite a contrast from this morning’s walk, when the wind was blowing the rain horizontally! 302 more words

Duver

WICKLOW MOUNTAINS IN THE DISTANCE

Our journey to County Wicklow during the week was initially almost called off due to a promise of snow and stormy weather, however, at the last minute we decided to go. 270 more words

Beauty