Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Apple Cider Slaw

Faded, summer days, hot with the hazy heat of the American South. A man in dirt-caked clothes and salt-streaked skin shoveling a mop back and forth across the hog roasting- in and out of the bucket of vinegar- hour after blistering hour - generation after generation. 

Alpine Strawberry Ice Cream

One of the greatest gifts of living in the Pacific Northwest is the abundance of wild berries. Blueberries. Huckleberries. Salmonberries. Wild Raspberries. Thimbleberries. Mountain Huckleberries. Blueberries. Mountain Cranberries. Native Blackberries. The list goes on. Stumbling across a patch of berries, soaked with sun and supple for the picking calls for a recipe like this.

Chive Blossom Phyllo Tart

Chive Blossoms are a fun and beautiful ingredient. First arriving at the farmers market in spring, they’re globe-shaped heads hold tons of tiny purple flowers. A member of the allium family, their subtle onion and garlic flavors make them a great addition to a number of dishes and easy to play with

Hedge Nettle Flatbread with Garlic Scapes

Hedge Nettles are a common and often overlooked plant growing in wet, shady soils of riverbanks and damp forests. With a flavor similar to their stinging nettle cousins, they lack the welt-causing stings yet provide delicious and easy-to-harvest meals in summer months. This recipe makes use of both the excellent flavor of nettles and the seasonality of garlic scapes.

Plant Profile: Columbine

Columbine is a particularly poetic wildflower. Long inspiring writers and artists, it’s incredibly easy to grow yourself. Requiring little to no care, this wildly beautiful plant has a host of varieties and rich and interesting history.

Spring Foraging in the PNW

The blossoming wildflowers in our recent trip to the Washington desert reminded me summer is coming up fast and the tender wild edibles so abundant in Spring will soon fall back to let new growth emerge.

Copper River Salmon & Wild Watercress

A recipe for Wild Alaskan Copper River Salmon with home-tapped Big Leaf Maple Syrup, forged Wild Watercress, Salmon Berry Flowers and Pea Tendrils from the garden featuring Drifter’s Fish Salmon from their CSF (community Supported Fishery).