The fire lit, the sun was shining. We learned to make nettle pesto, wild pigeon medallions, chestnut flour pancakes and elderflower amber.
So much delicious wild food and learning packed into a morning.
To prepare wood pigeon, open the bird and use a sharp knife to gently cut out the breasts. Check the liver for disease, and remember to thank the bird for giving its life to support yours. It tastes more delicious when you do.