Burdock Roots in 3 Simple Recipes

Burdock Roots in 3 Simple Recipes

Here I am going to share with you recipes for three, quick savoury snacks using burdock roots. They are simple, easy to follow and tasty. About Burdock Burdock roots are renown as a skin cleanser from acne to eczema when used externally. Hippocrates, the Greek…

All About Laverbread

All About Laverbread

Laver (Porphyra) was the first seaweed I foraged and cooked. I remember my photographer friend Wendy Pye coming to visit me on my first Cornish Winter (2007). We traipsed up to the north coast and picked luscious looking laver from the rocks. I cooked it…

Dandelion Root Caramel Brittle

Dandelion Root Caramel Brittle

Sweet, crunchy and good for you. This dandelion root caramel brittle recipe is laced with the detoxifying roots of dandelions and flavoured with homemade dandelion coffee. You’ll also need to look at my recipe for making good roasted dandelion coffee.¬†Alternatively, you can buy dried dandelion…

Nori, Rye, Oat and Buckwheat Crackers

Nori, Rye, Oat and Buckwheat Crackers

Nori doesn’t just come in sealed packets, shipped across the world in the form of nori sheets. Nori (Porphyra) can also be picked fresh in Winter on Cornish coasts and from European waters. No plastic, no air miles, just fresh nori goodness. Freshly picked nori…

Dandelion Root Coffee Recipe

Dandelion Root Coffee Recipe

Ever thought of using your weeds to made a tasty coffee-substitute? The History of Dandelions Like many common weeds, dandelions are often vastly under-estimated, under-used and misunderstood. Despite being cultivated in parts of Britain, France and North America for over 150 years (1), they are…

Hawthorn Berry Schnapps

Hawthorn Berry Schnapps

Schnapps is a flavoured and distilled alcoholic drink, the flavour is often fruit, the alcohol often brandy. I came across a hawthorn schnapps recipe a couple of years ago, I can’t quite remember where. I’m often looking for different recipes for the plants that I…

Ten Sloe Fruit Recipes

Ten Sloe Fruit Recipes

I love sloes. I love their flavour, colour and goodness. I love that they’re so common and easy to find. I’m not so keen on their thorns. Sloes are the fruits of the blackthorn (Prunus spinosa) and have been used for thousands of years by…

Sloes Song

Sloes Song

Coo-ee, here’s a little insight into one of the songs I’ll be sharing in The Singing Forager Experience – where we’ll be learning about the seasonal plants through songs, facts, stories, touch, sight and taste. Not that I recommend tasting sloes raw, though that could…

Hawthorn Berry Ketchup

Hawthorn Berry Ketchup

It’s time to share this simple recipe. You’ll be amazed how much it tastes like ketchup! I always think it is best to make together, as it takes some effort, though is worth it in the end. Here I share the basic recipe for turning…

Getting Jammy with Blackberries

Getting Jammy with Blackberries

Ahhh, blackberries (rubus fruticosus), our native super fruit, so full of flavour, fibre, vitamin C and K. Pretty much everyone knows blackberries, actually it is blackberries that makes many people a forager, yes, if you’ve picked and eaten wild blackberries you are a forager! I…