13th October - as part of The Great Bath Feast we'll be joining with Newton Farmshop, Bath, to run a foraging course. Expect around 1 hour walk around their gorgeous Duchy Farm before heading back to the Farmshop for afternoon tea. We'll identify edible and non-edible greens and berries. Booking (directly with the farmshop) is essential as this is always a popular course https://www.newtonfarmfoods.co.uk/
Our next event we return to http://www.tasteoftimsbury.co.uk 22nd September 10am - 4pm. We don't have a stall that day due to other commitments, but we'll be running a free foraging course. A short stroll around the fields will show you wild food on your doorstep. No need to book, just turn up.
We were delighted to be invited to cook a 3 course meal at Temple Street Canteen, Keynsham in May - using foraged ingredients. https://www.facebook.com/templestreetcanteen/
We picked the finest ingredients from the surrounding countryside. From this we made a foraged leaf salad with goats cheese, rosehip jelly, dandelion jelly and wild garlic oil. Followed by a dandelion and wild garlic quiche or slow cooked beef and dandelion root stew, served with nettle mash and hogweed shoots. Frozen wild damsons made their way into a warming cake served with Japanese Knotweed whipped cream.
Here are some pictures from the evening. We'll keep you posted on the next meal - but if you really don't want to miss out, you can sign up for our newsletter (sporadic, informative and always pretty).