Foraging Experience

Wedgwood wild food foraging experience

Sunday 28th April

Experience Scotland’s natural larder with Wedgwood the Restaurant and Paul Wedgwood as we host a wild foraging tour of Midlothian on Sunday 28th April.

Passionate forager and a lover of the outdoors since he was with the boys scouts, chef  Paul will lead a group forage searching out the very best wild seasonal ingredients in the countryside near to the award winning restaurant on Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile. Wild foraging is the ultimate in “local” and “seasonal” produce and is guaranteed to reawaken your senses so you gain a greater appreciation of your environment and the provenance of ingredients.

On this one-day course you’ll uncover a secret world of natural edible possibilities and discover how to identify edible leaves, fruit and fungi. After a morning in the wilds of Midlothian you’ll return to the restaurant to dine on a menu inspired by the mornings identifications.

What You Can Expect On the Day

Introduction

A basic run through of health and safety concerns, itinerary, and an introduction to foraging and its benefits to course participants.

Wild Food Adventure

You will learn how to identify numerous wild edible plants and how to cook and prepare them safely; how to sustainably forage; and experience how foraging reconnects you to landscape and the natural world.

Wild Dining Room

After the forage you will return to the restaurant to enjoy a wild foraged lunch.

Location: Edinburgh

Date: Sunday 28 April 2019

Times: 10am – 4pm

Price: £100 per person

To book: Call 0131 558 8737

In the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, on the historic Royal Mile, Wedgwood the Restaurant has established itself as a favourite in Edinburgh’s bustling restaurant scene. Chef Paul Wedgwood and his wife Lisa opened the restaurant in 2007 based on their vision of the perfect night out – the welcome is warm and relaxed, the dining room is intimate and stylish and the food and wine is expertly crafted and chosen with the highest level of expertise.

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