Forage N Feast – Menu 2

Forage N Feast – Menu 2

January 25, 2019 0 By Foragers Folly
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Hi! Welcome to Menu 2 in my ‘Forage n Feast Restaurant’ series. Did you manage to give last weeks menu a go? Granted, it was tough but I did give it a go and you can see the results on my Facebook page. On the whole I enjoyed the experience and Mr B thoroughly enjoyed his meal. In fact, he gave it 9/10! And, if you knew Mr B, then you would know how difficult it is to achieve anything over 5/10!!

Forage N Feast – Menu 2

Forage n Feed - Menu 2

Foraging Ingredients

Forage n Feast Menu 2 - Cleavers

The first item on Forage n Feast – Menu 2 is Cleaver. (Goosegrass, Sticky Willy…) Not only will you be familiar with this weed already but you will also have found it sticking to you at some point in your life. Some weeks ago I wrote a post on this weed and you will find out everything you need to know about it in that post. Click here for your starter recipe

Forage n Feast - Menu 2

After you’ve collected the cleavers it’s time for you to pick some nettles. And don’t forget to wear your gloves! Likewise, I recently wrote a post that will tell you everything you need to know about this versatile weed. Click here for your main meal recipe.

And last, but not least, on menu 2 of forage n feast. Your final foraging item is pine needles. As previously noted, I’ve posted all about these delicious needles in a previous post. And what you learn in that post will surprise you! Click here for your dessert recipe.

Granted, you may not be in a position to forage for the above items. With this in mind, you can find all you need online from Indigo Herbs. That said however, if you can get out to forage you really must put on your walking shoes and get picking!!

To summarise, I hope you enjoy ‘Forage n Feast – Menu 2’ and give it a go this week. If you do, let me know, and share your experience in the comments section below.

All that remains to be said is happy cooking! And not forgetting…..love and hugs, Susan and Caber.