A walk on the wild side with Rhinebeck foraging expert Peter Dykeman

June 16, 2013 04:00 PM | 0 0 comments | 54 54 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Peter Dykeman and I are strolling through a sunny field in Rhinebeck looking for food – not garden crops, for which it is far too early, but edible wild plants. I’m expecting that the search will be difficult, somewhat capricious, like the morels that I recently harvested in a local forest (the mushrooms like elms, but cannot always be found under the trees). So it’s a surprise when he gestures towards a weedy bank, parts the thick foliage and cuts the stalk of a fresh shoot of leaves.
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