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    How to Find, Clean, and Cook Fiddlehead Ferns

    For most of us, turkey season is also fiddlehead season. So, while you're tromping the woods—whether the hunting is slow or not—keep your eyes peeled for these ephemeral edibles. Why? Because they are delicious and because like so many things in spring (including Spring), they are here and gone. If you don't grab fiddleheads while they are still fiddleheads, then...well, you get the idea.

    You'll find them along wooded creeks and on riverbanks and in moist woodlands. "Fiddlehead" does not refer to a species of fern, but rather a stage in the plant's development,
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    I always thought they were a fish... HA HA.

    May Apples are out this time of year as well.



    AND as always the Morel:



    GOTTA LOVE SPRING...
    Dont ya Turkeys...

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    I need to head down to the swamp. All I have are the bracken ferns in the yard.
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