Fiddleheads are the unfurled fronds of a young fern and are collected in the wild before the frond has opened. A spring-time vegetable, you’ll find them in food shops and outdoor markets. They are called fiddleheads because they resemble the curled end of a stringed instrument such as a fiddle. If you’re from the Maritimes you might think we’re the only ones who like ’em but that’s a misconception. Continue Reading →
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