Thursday, February 5, 2009 @9:23:20 AM
Nice fiddlehead you have there! By the way, the edible fiddleheads are the early sprouts of the Ostrich Fern. They taste wonderful. We harvest them in early May here in Maine by collecting breaking off the little green treats before they unfurl into full grown ferns. I use canoe and get out on selected spots to pick them on the banks of small creeks. They are great with just salt and butter but you can do more with them, what ever you fancy. They sort of taste like a cross between esparagus and broccoli. Clean them up, wash em' , boil for 8 minutes and your set. Add some potatoes and some northern baked beans , and lowbush blueberry cake for desert and you got a good old simple Maine meal!
Wednesday, April 20, 2022 @4:52:01 PM
Do you still have the Voigt violin? Is it for sale?
David M. Says:
Wednesday, April 20, 2022 @6:10:40 PM
Yes I still have it. No, not for sale. Never had been.
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