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Benoit on Tuesday has revealed that the workforce of Fiddlehead Focus will work together with the existing St.
The double curves, which I always love to use, look to me like our curled up fiddlehead ferns--and the growth we see in plant life in general.
A Brilliant green and feathered, fiddlehead ferns are a welcome sign that spring has arrived.
She carried a bouquet of circus roses and fiddlehead ferns with stems tied in eggshell ribbon and adorned with a vintage brooch and golden locket enclosing a picture of her late grandfather.
I did what I tend to do: I tracked down her earlier books, including her very first, Landfall, published by Fiddlehead Poetry Books, now Goose Lane Editions.
He has won the international Petra Kenney Poetry Competition and the national competitions conducted by The Fiddlehead and Vallum.
Pancetta-Wrapped Farm Egg with Kale and Fiddlehead Ferns (Serves 4)
She taught her grandchildren to enjoy sweet fern tea, and when in season, cooked wild greens: pigweed, dandelion greens, milkweed, and fiddlehead ferns.
There he met Fiddlehead creator Dave Peterson and discovered his then-new product.
Ninety recipes are adapted here for home cooks and while some require access to unusual ingredients to be found locally in the wild--such as Fiddlehead Fern Salad or Smoked Trout and Dandelion Green Salad--most (such as Potato and Pinto Bean Enchiladas) can be easily duplicated simply with access to a good market.
Brown has been published in such noted Canadian literary magazines as The Malahat Review, Prairie Fire, and The Fiddlehead.