Winter Wild Food – courses, competitions and events

Winter:

Smokey wood fires. Hearty stews. Gum boots. The sound of rain on the roof. Icy wind that takes your breath away. Fynbos foraging.

So many wild winter greens are popping up. You can practically hear the plants growing after all the rain. It’s also time for our Forage Harvest and Feast courses to start again.

Take a look at some photos from last year..

Foraging course classroom

Fynbos foraging

Picking coriander

Foraging course

Fynbos foraging

Foraging course Cape Town

Forage Harvest Feast

Veldkool and winter peas

Beetroot, Carissa berry and apple relish on bree

Wild garlic rolls

Forage classroom

We will be confirming course dates soon and hope to be starting at the end of July.

If you are wondering what our local wild flavours taste like and would like to hear more about Indigenous edibles, join us at the next Food Dialogue series presented by Oranjezicht City Farm at entitled “Explore Local Food: Think Indigenous” where we will be catering. Arrive hungry for knowledge and with an appetite to match.

We are also running a competition on our Facebook page where you can win two tickets toย  any one of our Fynbos Forage courses this year. Click here to enter.

If you would like to add your name to the Forage Harvest and Feast mailing list to be notified of any upcoming foraging courses – please email me at roushanna@hotmail.com

Keep warm and enjoy the rain.

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Posted on June 2, 2014, in Competition, Forage Course, Forage feast and garden tours, Foraging, Foraging course, Fynbos flavours, Indigenous edibles, Photos, veldkos, Wild food, Wild Food Meals, Winter and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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