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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-08-2010, 05:05 PM Thread Starter
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Yummy Leeks!

Deer roast and leeks! Yummy! Im drooling just thinking about it. Last year was the first year we starting picking wild edibles and what an experience. My family also got involved and discovered that mother nature provides alot of wonderful options you can't just go to the store and purchase. Whats your favorite edible?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 09:19 PM
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Re: Yummy Leeks!

deer jerky

morels and assoorted fungi-especially the gray capped bolete that I found last year...best mushroom I have ever had

wild blueberries

leek dip--someone on here had a bangin recipe

water cress

elderberries can be good

thats whats coming to mind at the moment
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Re: Yummy Leeks!

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deer jerky

morels and assoorted fungi-especially the gray capped bolete that I found last year...best mushroom I have ever had

wild blueberries

leek dip--someone on here had a bangin recipe

water cress

elderberries can be good

thats whats coming to mind at the moment
What he said!! Definitely agree with the leek dip recipe. There were also recipes for leek soup and an egg and leek casserole. MMMMMMM!!

I'll add that I LOVE morels!!!!

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Re: Yummy Leeks!

I still have yet to find any leeks. found morels but no leeks. all of the morels I found were black ones though.

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Re: Yummy Leeks!

I found some leeks last year. I wasn't a huge fan of them for some reason. My personal favorites are fox grapes and blackberries.
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Re: Yummy Leeks!

What is a fox grape?
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Re: Yummy Leeks!

Ben,
Google Westline Inn and get the date for the Leek Festival. You will be situated in leek heaven. Oh, bring your trout gear Kinzua Creek is the best!

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Re: Yummy Leeks!

Is a leek the same thing as a ramp or are they different?
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Re: Yummy Leeks!

Wild leeks and ramps are the same. In West Viriginia most people would call them ramps, here we call them leeks. Depends where you live.
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