Jens Hegg @jenshegg

  • jenshegg

    July 7th at 7:15am
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    Prisma of a cool plant

  • jenshegg

    July 2nd at 7:08pm
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    ...when you're cooking pancakes outside and need something to hold the batter. Pinterest?

    carissalayla

    7 months ago
    Brilliant!
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  • jenshegg

    June 25th at 3:31am
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    Yeah, this Pisma thing is pretty cool!

  • jenshegg

    May 27th at 7:27am
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    I had a net with holes and no desire to spend $...so, I decided to do some #mancrafting for my #tenkara kit Bit.ly/CheapFishNet

    macktial

    8 months ago
    That's awesome!
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  • jenshegg

    April 25th at 4:45am
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    Whew! Quite a meal. Lemon tarragon roast chicken, roasted potatoes, with morels and fiddleheads sautéed in butter with pepitas. Yum!!

    jenshegg

    9 months ago
    No recipe for the fiddleheads Carissa just threw butter in and sautéed the morels and the pepitas and then threw in the fiddleheads. The chicken is super easy and ridiculously good, from NYT. http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/6225-tarragon-chicken

    jenshegg

    9 months ago
    Yep, they are edible. This link has pretty good info. If it looks like a fiddle, sometimes with lots of brown scaly stuff, and isn't bitter it's edible (at least that's how I tell. The ones that look like an arthritic bird claw (I love that description) can be poisonous. If it has downy or white fuzz it's not good. Most all of the ones I see around here in the bottoms near a creek are edible. http://foragersharvest.com/fern-fiddleheads-the-succulent-stalks-of-spring/

    carissalayla

    9 months ago
    Yum, recipe please!

    dokriley

    9 months ago
    Sweet! We found a few morels yesterday too. Didn't know you could eat the fiddleheads--there are a lot in the woods right now!
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  • jenshegg

    April 25th at 3:52am
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    ...and a very happy cat

    shellya75

    9 months ago
    Cute!
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  • jenshegg

    April 25th at 3:50am
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    Fiddleheads on the Palouse. Yum!