Venison tagine

This recipe for venison tagine is Nicola’s take on the classic Moroccan dish and it’s delicious. Ingredients Serves 4 500g of diced venison 1 butternut squash, cubed 1 onion, finely chopped 2 carrots, diced 100g of apricots 1 tin of chopped tomatoes 1 tin of chickpeas 2 gloves of garlic, finely chopped Chopped parsley 1 […]

venison tagine | wild foods | bushcraft | Kent

methods of seed dispersal | bushcraft uses for Rosebay Willowherb

Methods of seed dispersal

I’ve made this video on methods of seed dispersal because natural history underpins so much of what we do in bushcraft.  Take a look at this video to get an understanding about the many different ways in which plants and trees are able to disperse their seeds, it’s a fascinating topic. We talk about methods […]

Foraging for pignuts

Pignuts (Conopodium majus) are in the carrot family and can be found in woodlands (where I mostly find them) as well as sometimes in hedgerows and grassland. They have a small chestnut like tuber that is edible. Remember that in the UK you must have the landowner’s permission before you uproot any plant. Also think […]

foraging for pignuts | bushcraft | foraging | Kent | south east | London