Wild Food catering

This weekend I made local wild food tasters for some Japanese seaweed scientists.

No pressure.

Wild cocktails

Wild mint and buchu brandy cocktails

Wild food startersBuchu brandy is excellent for settling the stomach. So after a heavy meal a shot of this would do you good….nice excuse!

Wild food seashoreCrumbed black mussels on a bed of wild nori

Limpet and periwinkle samoosasShe sells sea shells on the sea shore…

Wild food cateringLimpet, periwinkle and “krimpvarkie” seaweed samoosas

Sour figsPerfectly ripe, rainbow coloured sour figs

Ulva chilli bitesUlva seaweed and wild sage chillibites

Seaweed coleslawBrassicophycus and Chordariopsus seaweed coleslaw salad with edible wild flowers.

Wild garlic rollsNever-fail wild garlic rolls

Wild food dessertAnd for something sweet….

Agar-agar mini milk-tart “boats” with candied kelp and Carissa flowers.

Hope this keeps you inspired – Have a totally wild week!

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Posted on January 20, 2014, in Coastal Forage, Edible flowers, Floral food, Food, Foraging, Fynbos, Fynbos flavours, Indigenous edibles, Kelp, Photos, Seaweed, Seaweed forage, Summertime, veldkos, Wild food, Wild food buffet, Wild Food Meals and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Mouth watering to say the least! Gael xx

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