Becky a 30 something old Brit , living in Nottingham,UK. Though this blog and I started our lives in Bristol nearly 10 years ago.
I love to cook with seasonal fresh and often wild ingredients from foraged ingredients from the city and country.
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Category Archives: Wild Food
Another cookbook to kick my cooking muscles back into gear this time for Leon restaurants the takeout restaurants tick all my boxes with a focus on sunstainability and seasonally . Leon restaurants don’t exit outside London which is really unfair … Continue reading
When a lovely lady from Morrisons sends you an email saying, “Would you like an Ostrich egg?” the sensible thing to do is to think calmly and rationally about what are going to do with the equivalent to 24 hens … Continue reading
Last year I made the quintisenital Spring dish a Wild Garlic Risotto with St Georges Mushrooms . The mushrooms won’t appear for another few weeks so until then I am contenting myself with a simple risotto made with a wild … Continue reading
Firstly now is actually not the best time to buy wild Rabbit ,from April they are busy breeding and feeding their young . However this is little wild bunny has been in my freezer for a couple of months, a … Continue reading
Elderflowers get all the attention in summer, with pages of magazine articles devoted to stories of people making their own elderflower cordial , champagne and ices. I’m guilty too , I still have a few bottles of elderflower champage in … Continue reading
The Blackberry season came very early this year , I started gathering them at the end of July. According to tradition/Wikipaedia blackberries should not be picked after Michaelmas (29 September) as the devil has claimed them, leaving a mark on … Continue reading
Recently I found a second-hand copy of , “The Man Who Ate Everything” by Jeffrey Steingarten, a collection of essays from 90s written by the former Vogue Food Critic. In one essay on ripeness of fruit, I learnt that dessert … Continue reading
This week a very nice researcher from BBC Nottingham sent me a message , they were doing a piece on foraging and she wondered if I was able to show her some spots in Nottingham that day, where wild berries … Continue reading
Summer berries and currants are now in season. We don’t have any fruit bushes in the garden but wandering along the canal bank yesterday I was really happy to see a few straggly raspberry plants. The fruits were very small … Continue reading