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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Odaon, Apr 23, 2016.
Great pics! This would make a great blog post for the new site!
Glad to hear it man! They're definitely tasty. How did you cook them?
Thanks man! I've been so busy lately I haven't even had time to write for my own site haha!!
I steeped them in hot water for awhile to rehydrate them. Then cooked them with onions and garlic....served on a hamburger steak iirc....im pretty sure i posted a pic in the food thread
I have a vague recollection of it not that you mention it! Sounds delicious. Makes me want to go find some before I make dinner!
A little more foraging action!
My first half-free morel, they're rare in Colorado.
Loving my F2 as always! Though I like to call it my F3. Fish, Fowl, Forage.
It's been a while since I revived this thread. I guess I should have done that weeks ago, when I first started this series of projects. Some for the FF website, and some for another big publication I am working on. These are some of the shots I have taken in a field with a large concentration of Passiflora Incarnata, North American Passion Fruit, I have been working in. Sorry I can't share the detailed shots, I think those are pretty cool. Some of you will see those in the other project, later when it publishes. The fruit isn't ripe yet, I just wanted to share some Fiddleback-Centric images of the flowers in bloom as a PSA for some who may be allergic to bees. The meme going around face book isn't a joke or a hoax as far as I've seen with my own eyes. In times of bad weather, when they can't fly I suppose, I've seen where bees will cuddle up together on flowers and go to sleep.
A shot from some recent urban foraging excursions
What is it Brian
Rose hips I am waiting on to ripen so I can make a a sauce out of them for a recipe I have in mind to try
i think ive heard of wine & tea
I'll be making a glaze-y sort of sauce for some fish
will it taste "rosey"
Maybe a little . Roses are in the apple family, the rose hips, honey, and butter go well together when you get it right. They are also used in making chew-able vitamin C tablets which were my favorites when I was a kid.
i actually had never heard of them until they were collecting the on the show "Alaska; The Last Frontier" withe the Kilchers
I first started ate some if Dallas in 1978. After reading the ingredients on my vitamins lol. Then years later a survival mentor made a glaze like I want to make to put on some fresh caught fish he had cooked. I have been wanting to do this for years, but the last several years also cost me several delays...
There appears to be some competition for the Elderberries...