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What shall we do with Alexanders?

April and May is the perfect time to forage for Alexanders (Smyrnium olusatrum), a wild food which grows on cliff tops and in seaside hedgerows. the Romans, who called it the ‘pot herb of Alexandria’, because every part of it … Continue reading

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