Browsing All posts tagged under »Wild leeks«

Wordless Wednesday: Spring!

April 20, 2016


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April 27, 2014


I have just discovered truthiness. The word, not the concept. I gather most of you have known about it since, oh, 2005 or so, but I heard the word for the first time on the radio yesterday. The concept, if not the word, has been part of my analysis of Unfortunate Contemporary Discourse for a […]

Hidden treasures, dandelion jam and parsnip bread

April 26, 2012


I cannot resist an invitation that promises I can learn about foodstuffs like wild leek, trout lily, spring beauty, cattail, wild parsnip, dandelion, and burdock - AND offers me a sample of dandelion jam on parsnip bread.

Wild for leeks

May 9, 2009


Ramps, wild leeks – call ’em what you like, they’re good for what ails you.  I’m not usually good at finding them, but this year I’ve been lucky.  As a bonus, I found wintergreen nearby.  (If you’re going to eat wild leeks, it’s good to have wintergreen to chew . . . )   Digging […]