Dandelion Root Fudge Brownies with Dark Chocolate Chips

What does a children’s wildcrafted fairy picnic need? Well, wild rose and daisy cupcakes, elderflower marshmallows, and pink geranium popcorn of course. But you also need something to balance out all the airy floral flavors – like lets say, dense, dark, lush and fudgy, Dandelion Root Brownies. Why? Well, they’re totally theme appropriate for a […]

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Recipe: Mason Jar Grand Fir Pots de Creme

Grand fir (Abies grandis) has more Vitamin C (among other things) than you can shake a stick at AND it smells like oranges and Christmas. Combine that with farm fresh eggs, heavy cream and sugar and you have yourself heaven by the spoonful. We experimented with this recipe at our first Urban Wild Foods Walk and […]

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Eating Wild: Community Supported Foraging

 Most of us equate food security with supporting community gardens and urban farms. But there is a vast cornucopia of nourishing free food already growing abundantly in our parks, neighborhoods and backyards—right now. Food that could be meaningfully and significantly supplementing the dietary needs of community residents and families—vitally enhancing food security. That’s why we […]

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The Abundance of Wildfood Cuisine!

I’ve been busy in my kitchen preparing for a series of wild food walks and tasting buffets that Gather will be hosting next year in local neighborhoods.  Guided by recipes from old world culinary traditions, pioneer foods and foraging blogs, I’ve brought back a plethora of foraged edibles for experimentation. So far this fall I’ve […]

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