Gourmet Breakfast from the Homestead

//Gourmet Breakfast from the Homestead

Gourmet Breakfast from the Homestead

So this morning we decided to enjoy some of the fruits of our labors.  Fresh Morels, fresh eggs from the chickens, fresh, sauteed and chopped Ramps, and Urui (Hostas) from our patch.

Try not to drool on your keyboard!

 

Morels and Ramps and Urui

 

 

 

 

 

 

Morels battered and deep fried as fritters

Morels etc 2

 

 

 

 

Morels etc 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

morel etc 5

The Ramps and Hostas chopped and sauteed in butter and served as a side to fresh eggs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more on Ramps click here: http://www.narrowpassagepermaculture.com/ramps-jewel-of-the-woods/

and Hostas here: http://www.narrowpassagepermaculture.com/hostas-for-dinner/

 

So…Build a little independence into your life….depend on the grocery store less…grow your own food and learn to wildcraft…forage wild edibles. The food will be better.. you’ll know where it came from, and you’ll have the satisfaction that comes from providing for oneself!

 

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About the Author:

Michael obtained his Permaculture Design Certification via Geoff Lawton, PRI, in 2013 , and had been a student of Permaculture Design independently for many years prior to obtaining the PDC. He is formerly trained in teaching Permaculture, and is a Graduate student in Agroforestry at the University of Missouri.

His interest in Permaculture came through an interest in sustainable food production and a desire for nutrient rich foods. He is particularly interested in the value of food forests, perennial food production, and medicinal plants and herbs.

Michael’s experience as a licensed Financial Advisor and prior career in hospital administration and Human Resources have given him unique perspectives on the economics of Permaculture Design and the management of inputs.

Michael is presently creating a demonstration site on acreage in the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (temperate climate). He is also looking to work in Aid work situations worldwide to further his experience in varied climates.

His ultimate goal is to teach the PDC and Agroforestry domestically as well as abroad in developing countries where quality nutrition is not readily available. He is available as a permaculture design consultant and lecturer.

His Bio here: http://permacultureglobal.org/users/8798-michael-cooley

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