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February 27, 2011

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The Curious Cat

Wicked! Well provided I still have a job next month I would be very interested in doing on of these days! xxx

Hugo

I have been wanting to start foraging for a long time, and I have a sneaky feeling 2011 is going to be the year I start. :)

skybluepinkish

Why are you so far away ?! Still, if I plan ahead all things might be possible. Fingers crossed.

Tamar@StarvingofftheLand

Nick, if I were on your continent, I'd sign up in a heartbeat!

tom

nice one nick - where will the underground restaurant in london be - need a kitchen and dinning room. happy to host
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Hamish Thompson

Hey Nick,

Just saw your tweet on bramble beer. Are you going to blog it? Would love to hear more about it.

Good luck with your classes. Hope it all works our for you.

Hamish
Australia

Daniel Ackerley

An excellent day / overnighter...
I'd recommend this to anyone, as something new and different, or for the experienced outdoorsman enhancing how wild food is (and should be) put together.
Waking up in an English woodland in late spring added extra magic.

Enthusiastically and competently presented in Nick's own style, many things learned and my own interests in nature, the landscape and outdoors enhanced.
Whilst the rabbit simmered in a pot, the various herbage and leaves were collected from the hedgerows on a scenic country walk.
A great all-day foraging and eating experience.

Cheers... :)

Sara swain

lol i gotta say that must be the minimalist kitchen in the world but if it involves rabbit stew then it will do. I have been looking for a supply of rabbit locally but none of are local butcher do rabbit meat so know i have to order off the internet, my hubby love it so we do eat a lot of rabbit. Isn't rabbit on of the healthiest meat as well?

Sam

Hello, I would love to do this with my Mum who loves foraging, she even has a special mushroom knife she takes out with her when she's foraging for mushrooms in the woods!! Can you tell me what the dates for summer are so I book some places as a treat for my Mum? Thanks

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