Wild Edible Notebook—October 2014 Release!

Feral heirloom apples foraged from a forgotten Colorado homesteader's orchard.

We clambered through the underbrush in an overgrown lot and parted the spiny branches of wild plum to glimpse a wonderland of apple trees plump with every size, shape, and color you could imagine. These were not trees bearing malformed, feral apples grown from seed, but a … [Read more...]

Wild Edible Notebook—September release!

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September is well on its way, and with it I am happy to announce the release of another Wild Edible Notebook for your reading pleasure. The September 2013 edition is four pages longer than the last, making it the longest Wild Edible Notebook I've created to date. This issue … [Read more...]

Pennycress Honey Mustard recipe at long last

Ground pennycress (Thlaspi arvens) is just like a “normal” dry condiment.

I’ve done it, Igor! I’ve created a recipe to deal with that monster who’s been pounding down my door for one. Namely, my mom. My mom is a pennycress honey mustard-seeking monster. My idea for pennycress honey mustard was born first of an attempt to make normal pennycress … [Read more...]