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Monday, February 16, 2015

Preorder Southeast Foraging

Have you preordered your copy of Southeast Foraging: 120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Angelica to Wild Plums? Available for preorder through Amazon or Books-A-Million!


Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Southern Makers

I am proud and honored to be back at Southern Makers! You do not want to miss this event in Montgomery, AL celebrating and showcasing all the best makers in Alabama. Go to http://www.southernmakers.com for more info and to buy tickets!

Monday, January 5, 2015

What's in season


Cardamine hirsuta- Hoary Bittercress
This plant has tender leaves that look similar to watercress. The flavor reminds me of watercress, but milder.
 
 

 
Stellaria Media- Chickweed. It is abundant right now. I love the nutty, green pea-like flavor of the leaves and the crunchy texture of the stalk.
 
 
Allium vineale- Field Garlic. Grows all over the place, hence the name. I love to cut the tops off and use in place of chives.
 
 
Don't forget the bulbs of field garlic! They are edible too.
 
 
Pinus virginiana= Virginia Pine. I love using infusing the citrusy, piney fragrance of the needles in liquiuds.

My book

 
 
 
 
I'm very proud to show y'all the cover of my book! It will be out in mid to late April. I will post updates as they get closer.
 


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

What's in season

These are wild edibles that are in season now.


Virginia pine is on season now. Use their needles for their citrusy, piney fragrance.


It's a really good year for wild pears.


Curly Dock- It is the perfect time of the year for this plant. The leaves have a slight sourness and a texture like spinach.


Chickweed is starting to come back! I love the crunchy texture and the raw green pea flavor of the leaves and stem.


It's a fantastic year for butternuts!


Black walnuts are starting to drop!





Wild persimmons are dropping now.




Field garlic is starting to pop up. This will be around till late spring.


Friday, October 10, 2014

Foraging Class

I am happy to announce that the next foraging class will be Saturday November 8th at 10:00 AM! You do not want to miss out on what fall has to offer. To sign up go to the foraging program page to preregister. Or more more information email me at hollowspring@hotmail.com.