Saturday, May 17, 2008


the delicate frond like leaves, and the small white flowers of pignut, a relative of the carrot. The tubers are edible, and pigs were once trained to find them. They are also eaten by leprechauns.


Tara said...

How are they cooked? Tell me there is a Cornish leprechaun cookbook!

spot said...

raw by children, not sure about the little folk.