Category Archives: Wild Edibles

Rose Hip-Mint Tea

Have you ever made rose hip tea? I did a few years ago, using fresh rose hips. I was unimpressed. I’ve since learned one needs twice as many fresh ones as dried, and that mint makes a nice addition. Since … Continue reading

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Acorn Cranberry Muffins!

” Looking to borrow a Kitchen Aid mixer for a day or two that I would purchase a grain mill attachment for . . . In exchange, please borrow the grain mill attachment any time for any of your flour-making … Continue reading

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Wild Leeks!

By April, this localvore usually feels “greens-deprived”. My supply of chard from the garden is usually gone and, unless spinach has come to the Farmers Market, I am eager (ie. desperate!) for local greenery. This year we had to wait … Continue reading

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