Hedgerow Walk and Wild Food Feast

Hedgerow Walk and Wild Food Feast

There are wild foods all around us just waiting to be picked and they can be turned into delicious eats such as dandelion honey, elderflower vinegar and nettle pesto.

Join our expert forager Stuart Woodman to explore the Riverford hedgerows, learn the foraging basics and see what wild treasures you can find all around us.  You will then head back to the Riverford Field Kitchen where our chefs will create a menu full of fresh, flavoursome dishes using foraged ingredients such as wild garlic, hogweed shoots, alexanders and sea beets.

Stuart will be on hand throughout the evening to guide you through the foraged ingredients on the menu, as well as to share more of his wild food knowledge.

When: Wednesday 23rd March

Time: Foraging walk 6pm to 7.30pm / Dinner served at 8pm

Cost: £50 pp

The booking button will take you to our website, where you will need to choose the number of guests and the date Wednesday 23rd March and it will then show availability.  We require full payment when booking for this event.

Please note the hedgerow walk isn't suitable for wheelchairs as it is over uneven and hilly ground.

Please read our terms and conditions before booking.  By completing the booking process you are confirming you agree and understand the terms and conditions, including the cancellation policy.

About your host Stuart Woodman:

Stu Woodman has been a teacher of foraging and wild food cookery for a number of years, sharing his expertise and knowledge with hundreds of people young and old, through his work with organisations such as Cornwall Wildlife Trust and the South West Coast Path Association.

Stu has joined us many times before at The Riverford Field Kitchen to share his knowledge on wild food and has previously hosted wild cocktail masterclasses, hedgerow foraging walks and wild food feasts.

He was also the founder of Woodman's Wild Ales.