Road Trip to Hike and Forage for Leeks and Fiddleheads.
Event Date: Thursday May. 16th, 2019
Event Time: 9:15 AM – 2:00 PM
Host: Stratford Road Trips
One of the most humbling and authentic ways to get to know a place is through its food. In Stratford, the foraging trend is becoming increasingly more accessible to travellers offering a genuine connection to Stratford and its bounty of local and natural food. Peter Blush, a passionate forager whose reputation is reflected in several magazines including Travel+Leisure, will lead us through an hour long trek through a beautiful forest of trees and streams. You will learn to identify and harvest wild leeks, ginger, trout lilies, garlic mustard and marsh marigolds in early Spring, or in later spring fiddleheads, stinging nettles, and cattail shoots. Your findings are yours to take home and with your newfound knowledge and provided recipes, you can put them to use in your own kitchen to create delicious and homegrown meals.
Cost: $55/Per person
Location: Stratford City Hall (Northwest side), Stratford, 1 Wellington Street, Stratford
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