New York City has been blessed with amazing weather this fall. Due to our good fortune the farmer’s market is still a bountiful place to shop for a variety of beautiful produce.Read More
We recently took a guided foraging tour in Central Park and were amazed to discover all the different varieties of edible plants growing in all the nooks and crannies of the park. On our little adventure, we found wild plants like wisteria, cattail shoots, sassafras, and chervil.
Our favorite find of the day were fan shaped clusters of gigantic Dryad Saddle mushrooms. We marinated these with field garlic bulbs and tossed them with farfalle, mint and peas for a light pasta salad.
If you are interested in taking the tour, please contact "wildman" Steve Brill.Read More
Surprise your sweetheart with fish wrapped in parchment hearts for Valentine’s Day. Fresh fish is the key to this simple dish, served with a side of nutty wild rice and crisp greens.Read More