Written by Phil Brown, Badger Buschraft Blog Saturday, 24 September 2011 14:02
With a few left over apples from an early morning visit to the orchard at our farm site here in the heart of Kent both Ben and I decided to make an exceptionally simple yet incredibly delicious apple sauce recipe that only takes a matter of minutes and which Ben asked me to feature here on the Badger Bushcraft Blog.
Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Blog Sunday, 18 September 2011 07:21
Following on from a recent blog post and keeping to a theme we will now be looking at another spirit based drink that will be ready in time for the Festive Season and that is damson whisky.
Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Blog Saturday, 17 September 2011 15:53
The wild fruit trees that grace the Kent landscape in which we live are laden with fruit galore this year and now is the time to harvest some of Mother Nature's bounty and make all sorts of fare to grace our tables both now and into the coming seasons. In this Badger Bushcraft Blog article we will be making damson brandy liqueur.
Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Blog Tuesday, 02 August 2011 12:31
In this Badger Bushcraft Blog article we revisit the Kent salt marshes to forage for the gastronomic delight that is Marsh Samphire (Salicornia spp.) also known as Glasswort and show you how to pickle this succulent and delicious plant.
Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bsuhcraft Blog Sunday, 08 May 2011 09:13
With the sun beating down in this the warmest of Springs I can remember we decided to go on a forage for two of my favourite wild foods, both of which grow on some of the salt marshes here in Kent, we found both Marsh Samphire (Salicornia europaea) and Sea Purslane (Halimione portulacoides).
Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Blog Sunday, 03 April 2011 11:15
In this Badger Bushcraft Blog article we will show you how to make lady's smock (Cardamine pratensis) "Monsawabi" in a simple and easy to follow recipe
Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Blog Saturday, 02 April 2011 07:55
In this Badger Bushcraft Blog article we will be using the wonderful and abundant ramsons or wild garlic (Allium ursinum) to make a truly delicious yet simple pesto.
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