Forbes Wild Foods
One pound of Spring! Individualy gathered from the deep wilds of Canada, these little treats need to be enjoyed soon before they are gone before you know it. I describe the taste as being similar to asparagus wrapped around rapini, but whatever the taste it's good. Make sure to ask about cleaning and cooking advice if you are a first time fiddleheader. One of the first wild edibles from the woods each year, not to be missed.