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Submitted by on April 27, 2012 – 5:06 pmNo Comment

Sometimes it pays to be the only person on the web who blogs about a random, little-known food that appears for just a few weeks per year and most people are afraid to eat.  When NPR is looking for an expert to interview about it, you get the call.  Hello, 15 minutes of fame!

I’m talking, of course, about Fiddlehead Ferns, the odd-looking coiled fern shoots who made their first appearance in my kitchen two years ago.

To learn more about Fiddleheads than you ever thought you’d want to know, listen to a recording of this week’s Last Chance Foods segment on NPR’s All Things Considered, where I sat down with host Amy Eddings to discuss the finer points of edible ferns.

And to learn all about my dirty little kitchen secrets, watch the post-show video, 60-second Stir Fry, where Amy fires a lightning round of questions at me and gets me to admit to doing things I tell most of my clients not to do.



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