Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) is one of the earliest spring edibles that starts bolting up as soon as the snow melts. Now considered invasive in many parts of North America, this plant was actually brought over intentionally by early pioneers
Ah wood sorrel – it’s tangy flavor is deliciously refreshing on a hot humid day!
Wood Sorrel is commonly mistaken for a clover because it has three leaves. But unlike clover whose leaves are “ovalish,” wood sorrel’s leaves are heart
I love seeing lawns and fields filled with dandelions. They bring such vibrancy after a long, dreary winter. And…they are an amazing spring food. In fact all parts of the versatile dandelion are edible – the flowers, stems, leaves, and
Dandelion coffee is something that I am adamant that everyone should try. It is surprisingly delicious and tastes a lot like real coffee when properly prepared. In fact, in the old days when coffee was expensive and hard to import,