Wild Stir-Fry

Like I’ve said a bijillion times before, you don’t have to be a whizz in the kitchen to incorporate wild food in to your meals. All the wonderful spring greens I picked yesterday in less than twenty minutes and only a few hundred yards from the house were easily incorporated in to our dinner.

The husband made a quick stir-fry and simply chucked the wild greens through it at the end. No need to cook. In fact, cooking them would really destroy much of the flavour and nutrition to be found in wild greens.

I say you don’t have to be a whizz, granted this photo looks like something out of a Michelin restaurant guide because my husband is a big show off 🙂

Take home point: keep it simple… and be in awe of my husband’s amazingness 🙂


Foraging Madness!

Happy Saturday!

Today I took a half hour stroll around the woodland at the back of my house – yes, I live in foraging paradise. With the big holes in my wellies I ventured across the river to a new spot on the riverbank that I hadn’t explored before.

One of my ABSOLUTE favourite things about foraging is exploring new areas. Unfortunately I’m past the brand new honeymoon stage of foraging in that it’s rarer for me to find plants I haven’t already encountered before. But it’s still fun to find the same Continue reading