Category Archives: Recipe

Marie Claire going wild?

Anne Fullerton was on a mission. Enticed by the latest culinary crave for wild food, she decided to take on the challenge of preparing a dinner entirely sourced from urban wilderness. To do so she needed a guide to take … Continue reading

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Plants Gone Wild

below is an extract from the article By Sheridan Randall, as it appeared on the latest edition of Open House Magazine, an online and printed publication for the food industry. Read here the full article> thanks Sheridan Plants gone wild … Continue reading

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Harvesting mushrooms with foodies

Because of what you do you get to hang out a lot with food affecionados: chefs, caterers, providores, producers, distributors, believers and amateurs. The common threat is the love for produce, its possibilities and the discovery of natural ingredients at … Continue reading

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Wild Stories, the exhibition

WILD STORIES Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre 1/12/12 – 31/1/13 “Imagine a world where we are all connected with nature – all species cohabitating in harmony, giving space to each other and allowing for the survival and thriving of each and … Continue reading

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on the kind on sweeping statements facebook is full of

Facebook became the platform you work with the most this days, for a number of reasons. Firstly because as a cultural producer you engage with media where it is most active, starting from a couple of years back when you … Continue reading

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Making a cookbook about foraging? yes please

Here’e the work of a group of people from New York, who with verve and good humor is offering a new way to look at the botany living around us. Great the statement “So why the focus on foraging? Well, … Continue reading

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On hoW to pRepAre prIckLY peAr

Nopal, or prickly pear, has many uses, the most common being culinary. Mexican and South American cooking frequently calls for this versatile vegetable, and it is gaining popularity for its practicality and health benefits. Nopal is high in soluble fiber … Continue reading

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Riso alle erbacce

This is an adaptation of a recipe found on Piante Selvatiche by C Gamacchio. On it there was a risotto style dish with main ingredients being dandelions (taraxacum) and hawkbit (leontodon). I found a bunch on hawkbit but had to … Continue reading

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