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#ForagingFriday (week 18) more on Wild Garlic

Posted 4/5/2018

Wild Garlic season is almost over so we've been looking at even more ways to enjoy its flavour:

It’s often a surprising find, a discovery made with your nose before your eyes when, on an amble through budding/newly leafed trees and spring blooms, instead of a breath of crisp fresh air your nostrils are filled with the unmistakeably pungent aroma of garlic!

There’ll likely be a whole sea of it, it’s prolific once it gets growing, of ribbed lance-shaped leaves followed later by pretty white flowers... discover how to identify this star of Spring and 10+ recipes that showcase it best before it disappears underground for another year!

Go to Wild Garlic identification tips & recipes.

 

Worth a read

An in depth guide to the multitude of wild food all around us this book is again a step beyond the boring (though important) identification guide. “With recipes from some of the most exciting chefs working in Britain today this book will take readers on a voyage of discovery...”

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Something different

A compendium of ideas and advice from British Masterchef Finalist Fiona Bird, with a whopping 100 spectacular recipes you’re sure to find something to rustle up with your foraged finds!

Take a peek inside »

 

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