One big garden

Chicago chef puts wild things on urban menu

By Bill Daley, Tribune Newspapers

October 5, 2011

Foraging evokes sylvan images of an untouched paradise miles away from any human habitation. But gathering wild foods can be a big city pursuit too.

Diana Kennedy, the grand dame of Mexican cooking, found the herb epazote growing in New York’s Central Park. California-based Connie Green, the “head huntress” supplying some of the nation’s top chefs with foraged foods, fondly remembers picking mulberries while walking to work along Webster Avenue in Chicago.

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