Month: August 2021

  • Roadkill Muntjac, Food of Kings

    On the way to my friend’s farm project near Reading I caught sight of a Muntjac deer that had died being hit by a car. “What luck.” I thought as I had been wondering what to bring as a present (apart from a good bottle of red) and I already knew not to bring vegetables […]

  • A Coastal Cornucopia

    Don’t miss an opportunity to taste these seaside wild plants below if you are on holiday! I found lots of SEA BUCKTHORN bushes (Hippophae rhamnoides) when I hopped behind the sand dunes on Sand Bay dog beach in Weston-super -Mare. Myself and my 6 year old son lost no time cramming the wickedly tangy, sherberty […]