Male Witch living in the Australian Capital Territory, practicing my own brand of Kitchen Witchcraft in the suburbs.

 

thenorthwestforager:

Field Search - (April 12/14)

Found a great multitude of Cattail today while foraging at Waverly Drive Marsh in Albany Oregon. If you know of some Cattail in your area, now’s the time to pull up a few handfuls for a refreshing snack! Be sure to husk off the outer leaves to find the crunchy soft center. Flavor resembles a sweet grass dominated by cucumber. Great tasting fresh or on a salad but also great for cooking - as you would with leeks - and a perfect pickle substitute.

Cheers!

-Henry

daysofmay:

Long Easter weekend = extra time at my desk to work on my Illustration Friday submission on the topic ‘Natural’.

I completely missed the Blackberry season this year because I was busy being a giant goose and worrying about this and that and focusing on all the wrong things in life.
Next year, I will be ready. Next year, I will pick all the blackberries that I can find and I will bake pies and boil cordials and stew hooch and make all manner of other delicious and foraged treasures!

daysofmay:

Long Easter weekend = extra time at my desk to work on my Illustration Friday submission on the topic ‘Natural’.

I completely missed the Blackberry season this year because I was busy being a giant goose and worrying about this and that and focusing on all the wrong things in life.

Next year, I will be ready. Next year, I will pick all the blackberries that I can find and I will bake pies and boil cordials and stew hooch and make all manner of other delicious and foraged treasures!

cheapflights:

How to Eat like a Finn

I am going to be in my ancestral homeland, Finland, in under 45 days! I still have seven nights of accommodation to book and I don’t speak any Finnish at all and I am worried I won’t have enough money or get to see/pick/eat any cloudberries at all…

But goddamn am I fucking excited to be going and to have the chance to eat the food of my ancestors!

warkadang:

Saffron harvest in Herat province, Afghanistan. 

Photographs by Majid Saeedi/Getty Images

Am I the only one who wonders what happens to the petals after the stamens have been harvested?

Surely there is a purpose for them? Something that they can be used for/made into?

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I’m not on here as much as I used to be, but hey, I still exist, and I am vainglorious as fuck, so come on, let me have it! Tell me what you really think of me >:)

(Source: deathology)

malformalady:

Goat resting in a cemetery

Welp. This image pretty much sums up my personal take on Witchcraft. Goats. Flowers. Cemetery. Broad daylight…

malformalady:

Goat resting in a cemetery

Welp. This image pretty much sums up my personal take on Witchcraft. Goats. Flowers. Cemetery. Broad daylight…