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Veggies: Fiddle-Dee-Dee

[Cover photo by CountryLady.] In Maine fiddlehead season is brief and precious. Is it that way where you live, too?

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4 Reviews |  By Tara

We just made this as a side to steak and boiled mint potatoes, simply yummy!

Recipe #62499

Fiddleheads are ferns that one picks in the spring. Wash and clean them to remove the paper thin membrane that clings to the coiled fern (looks like the head of a fiddle - hence the name).

Recipe #17688

Fiddlehead Fern is picked in the spring when they just pop out of the ground and are still curled looking like the head of a violin. They grow in the northeastern part of the USA and in eastern Canada. Being in Nevada I never expected to see these luscious delicacies again but you can see I was wrong. Trader Joe's had them and I grabbed a package very quickly. The recipe is one I just put together with what I had available. Didn't want to take the time to go to the store for anything else. You can buy sundried tomatoes packed in oil... yum.

Recipe #124494

Posted in response to a request - from Food & Drink magazine! Timing doesn't include standing.

Recipe #122584

Use new carrots, if you can get them, in this delightful side dish, which goes beautifully with chicken or lamb.

Recipe #92081

Posted in response to a request from Food & Drink magazine ..... with some modifications by me! Standing time has not been included.

Recipe #122583

1 Reviews |  By Olha

Ham, cheese and a couple of eggs turn these ferns into an economical supper. Substitute wild morels, if you’re lucky enough to find them in your fiddlehead foraging, for domestic mushrooms.

Recipe #92046

Me, just anticipating fiddlehead season!

Recipe #87142

A recipe from the Maine Extension Service. If you don't have fiddleheads in your area, substitute asparagus! =)

Recipe #58640

A wonderful spring treat! A recipe from the U of M Cooperative Extension website.

Recipe #58406

A delightful spring brunch or supper. Please be sure to cook fiddleheads through and discard the dark water. This is one vegetable that is NOT meant to be eaten raw.

Recipe #57955

Just going through my old cookbooks to find all the fiddlehead recipes, since there aren't many here.

Recipe #167833


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