Foraged Salad with Summer Harvest Raspberry Dressing

Foraged Salad
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I’m careful where I forage – away from dogs, traffic or any potential pollutants, and do make sure you know exactly what you are picking – incorrect identification can have disastrous consequences. Given that ‘every day’s a school day’ why not sign up for local classes across Fife and other regions during Foraging Fortnight, in September, during Scottish Food Fortnight? All activities will appear on https://www.foragingfortnight.co.uk so do check it nearer the time, from dining out on foraged tasting menus to collecting your own seaweed under the guidance of experts, there is something for everyone. There will be a cookery demonstration plus lunch at my food studio too https://www.wendybarrie.co.uk in aid of an Aberdour community initiative (tbc) so join in and take a walk on the wild side…
Servings
2 persons
Servings
2 persons
Foraged Salad
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I’m careful where I forage – away from dogs, traffic or any potential pollutants, and do make sure you know exactly what you are picking – incorrect identification can have disastrous consequences. Given that ‘every day’s a school day’ why not sign up for local classes across Fife and other regions during Foraging Fortnight, in September, during Scottish Food Fortnight? All activities will appear on https://www.foragingfortnight.co.uk so do check it nearer the time, from dining out on foraged tasting menus to collecting your own seaweed under the guidance of experts, there is something for everyone. There will be a cookery demonstration plus lunch at my food studio too https://www.wendybarrie.co.uk in aid of an Aberdour community initiative (tbc) so join in and take a walk on the wild side…
Servings
2 persons
Servings
2 persons
Instructions
  1. This salad of Scottish tomatoes ad cucumber has foraged leaves, wild marjoram, raspberries and violets. Perfect with Summer Harvest's Raspberry Dressing.
Recipe Notes

recipe, photo & styling: wendy barrie

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Macbeths Highland Beef Platter

Macbeths Highland Beef Platter
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Servings
2
Servings
2
Macbeths Highland Beef Platter
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Servings
2
Servings
2
Instructions
  1. Place a drizzle of rapeseed oil in a freezer bag and add rump steaks.
  2. For ‘medium’ cooked, place the now-oiled steaks straight on a grillpan or BBQ and sear over a high heat for 3-4 minutes then turn to seal on underside. It is important to resist moving the steaks whilst they are cooking!
  3. Remove from grill, season and wrap loosely in foil. Allow to rest for 5 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile prepare remaining ingredients – rinsing salad leaves and arranging on platter; adding shavings of Anster using a potato peeler; finishing with a generous drizzle of dressing.
  5. Lastly slice the rump steaks and place on platter.
Recipe Notes

recipe, photo & styling: wendy barrie

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