Becky a 30 something old Brit , living in Nottingham,UK, Though this blog and I started our lives in Bristol.
I love to cook with seasonal fresh and often wild ingredients from foraged ingredients from the city and country.
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Tag Archives: fungi
I have been foraging properly picking sloes and rosehips but these require preperation, so something quick and what is quicker than stir fry using a little jelly ear fungi which grows on the elder trees around here. I have a … Continue reading
Amethyst deceivers are pretty little purple things , with a scary name only because the white variety look like many other species . You cannot mistake these purple beauties for anything else and they were growing in abundance on the … Continue reading
Clouded Agaric (Clitocybe nebularis) can be found in the UK in deciduous or coniferous woods often in rings or troops from late summer to late autumn. They are strong smelling and prone to maggots late in the season so please … Continue reading
Using up the mushrooms that got squished at the botton of my backpack … I know grey food v.unappetising but tasted good… parasol mushroom and shaggy ink cap two hours from field to mouth Long walk gathering shaggy ink caps … Continue reading
It might be July but the mushrooms are back and gathered a lot of Hedgehog (Hedghog) fungus this weekend , so easy to recognise due to its spiney underside, its has a fantastic firm texture and a peppery taste . … Continue reading
This was a recipe to use up leftover mushrooms , but it could be stuffed with anything really Stuffed Butternut Squash with Wild Mushrooms 1 butternut squash stilton to sprinkle over For the stuffing Mix of wild mushrooms – funnel … Continue reading