Dining in Wild style

We’re by no means alone in Pembrokeshire in our taste for foraging for our dinner: members of the Really Wild Dining Club meet six times a year at different restaurants across the county to sample some of the finest food our hedgerows, shoreline & woods can offer.
And we’re not talking peasant-style food either: we’ve had gorseflower custards, hot smoked salmon, sorrel dressings, crab ‘sticks’ (with fresh local crab wrapped in agar-agar made from seaweed), elderflower & rhubarb icecream, cockle ‘popcorn’, local shitake mushrooms, fresh & pickled samphire, rook & beef pie and a myriad of other tastebud dazzling delights. But, believe it or not, the most universally acclaimed course of all so far has been the nettle haggis – if we can persuade the chef to share the recipe, it’s definitely something we’ll be trying at home!
Find out more about the Really Wild Dining Club on the Really Wild Food Festival website.

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