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Fat of the Land: Dock Dolmas

Have you ever thought about making your own dolmas, those miraculous pouches of gustatory goodness? Most of us get our dolmas the easy way.

devils club stir-fry

I happened on a beautiful grove of devil's club today. This isn't the sort of approbation one normally hears about the ornery plant.

gnudi with black trumpets, prosciutto & white truffle

Fat of the Land: Gnudi with Black Trumpets, Prosciutto & White Truffle

The Nagoonberry on The Fat of the Land at http://fat-of-the-land.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-nagoonberry.html

I have a favorite new berry. It's called a nagoonberry.

black truffle pear crostata

Fat of the Land: Black Truffle Pear Crostata

Today I have a recipe for paleo meatloaf muffins! I have to say, I have a meatloaf muffin recipe that I love already but this one tops that recipe! The more exciting part about me loving this one more is it is Paleo! I am able to enjoy meatloaf while maintaining a Paleo lifestyle. These …

Low Fat Paleo Meatloaf Muffins

Low Fat Paleo Meatloaf Muffins with ground turkey, ground pork and lots of veggies to make them low-fat, healthy and moist. Also gluten free, dairy free and "clean.

Fat of the Land: Saskatoon Berry Sauce

In eastern Washington, wild Saskatoons ( Amelanchier alnifolia )—aka western serviceberry, shadbush, and juneberry—grow near the extensive.

Fat of the Land: Stinging Nettle Gnudi with Sage Butter & White Truffles

Nettle Gnudi 2 cups ricotta cup grated parmesan 2 eggs 1 cup boiled and chopped nettles cup flour, plus more for rolling tsp nutmeg salt and pepper olive oil butter fresh sage, chopped

National Escargot Day: The best ways to cook and eat snails | The Independent

The best ways to cook and eat snails on National Escargot Day

Spruce tip ice cream is a great way to infuse the woodsy, lemony flavor of the delicate spruce tips into a spring treat.

Spruce Tip Ice Cream

Spruce tip ice cream is a great way to infuse the woodsy, lemony flavor of the delicate spruce tips into a spring treat.

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