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08 May 2008


Marc @ NoRecipes

MMmm looks good. I like that you used butter and soy sauce, I'd never thought about that combo but I bet it works really well.


Oh, I wish I could find fiddleheads here!


Well that's definitely a new one to me. I've never heard of Fiddleheads! I'll have to be on the lookout for them.

Sheltie Girl

These do look fabulous. Thanks for letting me know that they had to be cooked thoroughly, as I've been contemplating trying them out.

Natalie @ Gluten a Go Go


I love it when I learn something new! I have never heard of fiddleheads before, they are gorgeous.
Thanks for broadening my culinary horizon.
Have fun in LA.


Hi Marc, yes the soy sauce is lovely with the garlic and butter and you only need a splash of it.

Thanks for visiting Recipe Girl hope you get to try them!

Thanks Natalie. Yes, it's really important to clean and cook them properly so you don't get toxic poisoning!

No worries Erin! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you get to try them out. LA was brilliant - a major binge!


Oh,An edible wild plant! I am called kogomi or kusasotetu in Japan. This is a very popular high edible wild plant. When I attach mayonnaise to kogomi which I boiled and eat and deep-fry it, I am very delicious.All dishes look very delicious! I am interested in the food culture of your country. And I support your site. If there is time, please come in my site. From Japan


What a great post! I grew up in Maine and I vividly remember picking fiddleheads with my uncle in the woods and bringing them home for my grandmother to clean and cook. That sounds so primitive doesn't it? Ha ha ... I promise we had cable and cars and computers too ;)

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