Artist and Wild Food Forager, Alison Brierley - aka - Tribal Ali, prepares the pigeon she finds at the side of the road for eating.
For more info on her work visit
A Claudia Nye Film for Web commissioned by Woodlands TV
Last in the series, Fraser Simpson completes his foraging season by cooking with the edible wild mushrooms he's picked.
To see more episodes on this series, find these titles on Woodlands TV:
1) Identifying Poisonous Mushrooms in the Woodlands
2) Finding Hedgehog Mushrooms in the Woodlands
3) Mushrooms Growing on Trees
4) Wild Mushroom Foraging in the Woodlands - Russula Series
5) Foraging Boletus Mushrooms in the Woodlands
Fraser is currently developing a catering business which is primarily vegetarian, with meat dishes that can be served on the side.
For more info please visit www.alittlebitontheside.co.uk
Fraser Simpson continues his foraging for gourmet mushrooms. This month, he explores the Boletus Series - Funghi Porcini - and finds true love on one of them ...
A Claudia Nye Film for Web commissioned by Woodland TV
Additional photography by Vyacheslav Mishchenko www.vmishchenko.com
Fraser Simpson continues his wild mushroom foraging. This month he introduces us to the highly desirable Hedgehog Mushrooms...
A CAN FILM for Woodlands TV
Additional photography by Laura Turner www.wildlifegardenproject.com
While Fraser Simpson introduces us to some amazing mushrooms, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer peeks in through the Woodland...
Fraser is currently developing a catering and/or supply business which is primarily vegetarian, with meat dishes that can be served on the
A CAN FILM for WOODLANDSTV
commissioned by Woodlands TV
Foraging for the best of ingredients. Fraser is currently developing a catering and/or supply business which is primarily vegetarian, with meat dishes that can be served on the side. www.alittle...
Forager Fraser Simpson explains the way to identify the ammonite mushrooms - namely the most deadly series in the UK A Claudia Nye Film for Web Music David Munoz A Woodlands TV commission.
Naturalist John Rhyder takes a walk along the woodland track where he works, identifying different plants along the way and giving us information about their uses, where and when they grow...
Paul Beadle goes through 5 steps to ensure you can eat wild food safely.
For more info please visit www.cdwes.co.uk
A CAN film
commissioned by Woodlands TV
Here we see Johnny Woodford, sculptor and expert wood carver, explain how he created a portable (sedan chair-like) long-drop toilet, or pit latrine, on his private woodland. Using the clay he had dug out for the original pit he then designed and built a clay oven - perfect for both slow-cooking and fast-food to enjoy outdoors. Johnny describes the processes involved using a combination of other materials such as oak, sharp sand, firebricks, sawdust and straw.