Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Fiddleheads

Fiddleheads by susanvg
Fiddleheads, a photo by susanvg on Flickr.
A spring taste treat with a short season as the ferns unfurl in the forest.
Wash them well, cook them well and feast. (Simple recipe can be found here)


Feb 20/10: Scroll   Fiddlehead

The scroll of the fiddlehead certainly resembles that of a stringed instrument.

3 comments:

  1. Wow yeah good name for those! I've never had them. Looks interesting....

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  2. Now I’ve learned it is called “fiddlehead” in English. It is Pteridium aquilinum, or “warabi” in Japanese. Now is the season of fiddlehead in my place, too. I’m afraid it is one of the vegetables I don’t like to eat.

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  3. I like your comparison here, Susan. I've only eaten fiddlehead ferns once and I thought they were delicious.

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