Tyler Newton

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Not my website or recipes Mike. I'd love to be that talented. Perhaps one day.
5 years ago
There are a few native plums. Not sure if that was mentioned. Also prickly pear grow out in birmingham. Also capsicum annuum and Jerusalem artichoke.
5 years ago
That's a good list.
I always get mixed up with the Turks cap. It's not Turks caps Lily it's Turks cap (In hibiscus/mallow family. Right? That's what you put and I think that's right. Agarita is another one I ate a lot. If you get past the prickly leaves they are good. I tried to eat the mesquite beans raw and they were too much for me. Be better processed I'm sure.
The memories.. What's the little creek called that runs perpendicular to 6th street and to the bookstore... Can't remember name of either creek or store..

Anyways I always found good stuff there next to creek but was scared to eat it. Even found squash and tomato plants out there.
5 years ago
I loved the pecans in zilker park. 😉
There was also a lot of pomegranate in the east side where I lives for a while. I also love prickly pear fruit though I never ate the pads. I also loved how the Chile piquin peppers would grow inside the cactus for extra warmth. I used to forage around Austin all the time. Good stuff.

I'm in Alabama now so most Texas plants won't do me any good. We do have some similar things I've noticed. I never knew Turks cap Lily grew so well here. We also have optunia and the chili piquin here too in some spots.
5 years ago
Looking for anyone with any good wild game and/or foraging recipes. Everything. Charcuterie,fine dining etc.. I'll start it off with this website.
http://honest-food.net/
5 years ago
http://honest-food.net/ is the website I mentioned. Tried to add as attachment but didn't see it. I suck with technology.
5 years ago
Definitely Tyler. I've been looking for recipes as I go along. Have you heard about the "Sioux Chef" using wild game and and some foraged edibles in dishes for his restaurant?
Also there is a cool website called hunt, gather, fish with some rad recipes. And... There is a cool dude on Facebook named Pascal something that does amazing things with wild foods including wild brews etc.. Facebook page he posts on a lot is edible wild plants. Pascal Baudar. Based in cali. I'm telling you he is a genious. Check him out.
5 years ago
Wow, Jennifer.. Yes, yes, yes. Exactly what I am looking for. I don't see your location on your profile but you mentioned some southern plants.. Are you int the south? How much land do you have/use? How did you get started?
5 years ago
I don't even know if I want to keep using native American land management since ppl have also been quick to try and dismiss that. I'm influenced by native american land management, but I'm not native american, and I have no interest in appropriating their culture by using their spiritual practices or anything like that. Strictly how they Fed themselves.
5 years ago