FFK Journal

Keep up-to-date with Family Foraging Kitchen right here, where we will be sharing all sorts of posts, including the latest news about our initiatives, great wild food recipes, information about southeast Cornwall, and advice on how to develop your own foraging skills!

Eat Your Christmas Tree

Eat Your Christmas Tree

Most residents across the UK will have welcomed a conifer into their home and, the needles that cover them, those that all too quickly collect beneath, are actually edible!

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Seasonal Wrap-Up

Seasonal Wrap-Up

As we conclude our year of classes and enter the cold season, we announce those currently planned for 2022, with a host of new foraging and craft courses to share too!

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Wild Food Boxes

Wild Food Boxes

Freshly picked, locally foraged, wild food ingredients, boxed and delivered to households around the Rame Peninsula community for absolutely free.

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New Craft Courses for 2021

New Craft Courses for 2021

We’re introducing three new expert tutors, each of whom will be sharing their expertise and heritage skills through a number of courses held at our Horsepool education centre throughout the year!

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Tales that Help Us Learn

Tales that Help Us Learn

With a little practice, we can begin demystifying the hedgerow. To help us along this journey, we should not only use our sense of sight, others senses and even stories too.

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The Value of Hedgelaying

The Value of Hedgelaying

While fundamentally hedgelaying is about building barriers, usefully containing land and sectioning off areas with livestock, they play a much larger role across the British countryside.

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Teaching An Endangered Craft

Teaching An Endangered Craft

Recently, we joined the Heritage Crafts Association (HCA). Theirs is an excellent endeavour, working as an advocacy body on behalf of traditional crafts around…

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A new year of Foraging

A new year of Foraging

The beginning of the year often seems rather tough. The novelty of December’s festivity has worn off and there’s little else to distract us from the ongoing winter chill.

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