The Urban Forager: How to Find and Cook Wild Food in the City - Wross Lawrence & Marco Kessler
The Urban Forager is a surprising guide to the edible plants that grow in parks, along canals and on your own street. Designed to give you ideas throughout the year the book is organised by season. Introducing wild plants you may or may not be familiar with and giving 32 easy vegetarian recipes.
Hawthorn berry ketchup, cherry blossom shortbread, nettle ravioli, elderflower fritters, cowslip summer rolls... these are just some of the tasty and surprising dishes you can make from wild food found in your city. With stylish photography and expert advice from a professional forager, this book explains how to identify 32 easy-to-find plants in the city and cook up a wild feast. Leaves, nuts, berries, branches, flowers and even weeds are all in the mix, proving that, even in urban spaces, there is an abundance of delicious food waiting to be discovered (and devoured)
dimensions113 x 157 x 19mm