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For me, the sign that spring really is here is when I start to see wild garlic pop up on restaurant menus.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
24th February, 2013
Forager Mary Bulfin will be giving a talk about wild garlic at Farnham Estate in Cavan in April. Photo:

Foraging for a feast at Farnham Estate

For me, the sign that spring really is here is when I start to see wild garlic pop up on restaurant menus.

It's an ingredient I never get bored of, and I would happily eat wild garlic mash and wild garlic pesto year-round if I could. If you're as big a fan of it as me, you might be interested in a weekend event taking place at the...

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