Monthly Archives: March 2012

*Delicious* Vegan Grilled Tofu Recipe

This was so good that I ate 2.5 servings at once, & wished there was more! Mix ale and your favorite marinade for beef in = parts in a foil container or pouch. Add in the fairly common, even in urban areas, field garlic (Allium vineale) with green… Continue reading

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The White Collar Forager: Foraging the Woods to Wendy’s

The other day I was at work and it was so nice outside that I thought I’d take a long walk during a long break. I was dressed in my best white shirt, best dress shoes, and new khaki pants. So, I went into the same woods I often went into, but some… Continue reading

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Winter Mushroom Foraging

I often wonder what I’ll find in the Connecticut winter, as well as what I can do with what I find. This winter has had a lot of mild days and nights, making it even easier to enjoy the hobby on the off-season. I’ve been collecting a lot of plants… Continue reading

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Fresh wood-ear, field garlic, and ramen mexican soup

I found wood ear mushrooms yesterday, and lots of field garlic several days ago. I also bought a spicy soup from a home-style Mexican restaurant several days ago, but the soup was far too spicy for me. What to do? I didn’t want to discard the soup… Continue reading

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