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Wild Garlic.

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by excuseme, Feb 25, 2021.

  1. excuseme

    excuseme Well-Known Member Registered

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    We've just been out with the dogs and noticed that this years wild Garlic is growing quiet nicely.
    Just taken a chicken out to thaw and will make some garlic butter tomorrow to cover the chicken for roasting.
     
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    Yummies! We have wild garlic growing in the garden. So pretty as well as useful.
     
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    i am hungry how!! :D
     
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    Mmmmm tasty, and foraging for fresh ingredients is so satisfying. Were the trees in the wood mostly ash or ash & sycamore? (wearing my foresters' hat).
     
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    excuseme Well-Known Member Registered

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    Ash.
     
  6. Hemlock

    Hemlock Well-Known Member Registered

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    Bless you.

    Sorry - couldn't resist it!
     
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    Wow! That’s early but thanks for the heads up. I’ll look out for it when I’m next in the wood. I suppose blackberries are out of the question?
     
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  8. excuseme

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    The garlic is in a nice little warm spot and we knew exactly where to start looking.
    Blackberries, well all of those have been affected by the cold and bitter winds around here. I think you may be taking the p---s just a little bit. :mad::mad: Haa haa;).
     
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    “I suppose blackberries are out of the question?” - a touch of dry humour.
     
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    Wild garlic is one of my favourite things about spring walks, I've never used it in my cooking, I will give it a go this year...
     
  11. RGC

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    At last it has arrived here. Collected some this morning which I put into a poo bag - got some very odd looks.
     
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    Poo bags have many good uses !
     
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    I've used them for collecting blackberries. And as an emergency face mask, with the handles round my ears!
     
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