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Fiddleheads By Phil Dickinson
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Fiddleheads are wild edible fern vegetables that taste a little like a blend of young spinach and asparagus with a mild artichoke flavor. Fiddleheads are harvested commercially in certain parts of... More > the world and are considered a culinary delicacy with gourmet status. This book will help you understand this little known wildlife vegetable and give you hints on when, where, and how to forage for them. Included are over fifteen delicious Fiddlehead recipes in the book.< Less
Fiddleheads By Phil Dickinson
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A complete guide for understanding the Fiddlehead Fern, a culinary wildlife delicacy, including how to forage for them. Over 15 recipes are inside.
Fiddleheads By Phil Dickinson
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The complete guide to understanding and finding the Fiddlehead Fern, considered a culinary delicacy worldwide. Over 15 popular recipes are included.
Outlaw Garden 2014 By Outlaw Garden
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The Outlaw Garden is a front yard vegetable garden in a community that does not allow front yard vegetable gardens. How? It's simple. Treat edibles as if they were ornamentals, and the neighbors will... More > never know. Calendar includes tips for incorporating edibles into landscapes, attracting wildlife, and more. www.outlawgarden.com< Less
Antler Stew By Cook Alumni Association
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Join Roger "Doc" Locandro in his version of college wildlife. Food is the bait but life is the lesson. This color version includes Final Exam recipes from the "Interesting and... More > Edible" classes as well as Doc's advice on fish fryin', hog killin' and more.< Less
2012 Calendar from An Austin Homestead By Miranda Rommel
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This 12 month calendar features photographs from my adventures in sustainable living, including vegetables grown in my gardens in Austin, Texas and critters found during our travels in Oregon. Follow... More > our journey west, while learning simple gardening tips and Real Food recipes in this colorful calendar full of bunnies, dahlias and handspun yarn. Many of the photos in this calendar are also posted on my blog: AnAustinHomestead.blogspot.com throughout the year. Calendar size: 11" x 17"< Less