5 Reasons to try Seashore Foraging & Wild Cooking in Pembrokeshire
Learn it ✰ Discover it ✰ Taste it
Having never foraged for anything more than seasonal blackberries before our journey began… our European Roadtrip has at times turned into a food journey for our young daughters (learning/tasting and exploring Olive Oil in Croatia, Snail Farms in France or Goulash in Hungary). But the British seaside can be a wonderful source of free food, if you know what you’ re looking for – which is where Wild About Pembrokeshire’s Seashore Foraging comes in….
Look at those happy smiling faces, do you think we enjoyed it!!!
Education for us, is all about the process of learning (as our Top 5 Roadschooling Experiences might suggest…) and we subscribe heavily to the saying ‘Tell me, and I’ll forget, but teach me and I’ll remember…. but best of all involve me and I’ll learn….’ Thankfully, we found kindred spirits in our guides who shared our view and were exceptionally kind and patient throughout. Ensuring both girls could ask as many questions as they wanted or turn over as many stones as they could…
You’re never too old or young to go Foraging. Have you tried it?
So a freshly caught seafood meal cooked on huge paella plates over the glowing embers from the wild camping fire was always going to satisfy the tastebuds… but little did we realise the breadth of seaweed dishes, bread and humous that would also add to the meal…. making all the preparation (scrubbing, cutting, cleaning) worthwhile
To reserve places on a foraging session with Wild About Pembrokeshire call 01437 721035 or via email or perhaps add a climbing session with Climb Pembroke (see how we got on during our Climbing Adventure here)
For details of other things to see and do in Pembrokeshire see www.visitpembrokeshire.com