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Its the dead of winter and we love this seasonal not too sweet ice cream created by Miro, pastry chef at Gramercy Tavern who was […]


The Japanese say that walking in an evergreen forest and “taking in the atmosphere” (shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing trip”) is therapeutic for the health and […]


planning for spring: natural spaces

The birds are all over the winter seedheads in our meadow and prefer the seeds to anything we put in the bird feeder. But if […]


cauliflower soup and juniper berries dish

We use eastern red cedar berries (juniperus virginiana) in this nutty and woodsy reminder of white winter days. They are sweeter than the usual commercial […]


Serious Eats is a popular national food blog and we have begun writing a seasonal foraging column (with recipes) for them on the last wednesday […]


Days are getting shorter as we approach the beginning of the holiday season. For forest trees, this year is what is known as a mast […]


Last week on one of the most beautiful late summer days, I was out in Larry’s pickup truck and passed by our neighbors place that […]


It’s been hot as heck on the East Coast this summer, and no one wants to step foot outside. My neighbors can’t be bothered to […]


Drinks capture the freshness and flavor of nature when they using foraged plants. I recently had the pleasure of collaborating on an ecotour in Vermont […]


In September, summer moves into fall around the edges of the day. The nights grow cooler, then the chill tiptoes into the corners of the […]