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Robin Gill Recipes

Edible Weeds: Ground Ivy

Gill-over-the-ground, Creeping Charlie, Catsfoot, Run-away-robin, Hedge maids, Alehoof, Tunhoof ... these are just a few of the names given to ground ivy, a member of the mint family found in moist shady areas, along hedgerows and buildings, and creeping through gardens and lawns. Though often considered a weed, the plant's aromatic leaves have played an important role in culinary history.

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Robin Gill takes a visceral approach to cooking game

Robin Gill applauds the simplicity of beautifully fresh, raw food

Robin Gill recipes: Our chef applauds the simplicity of beautifully fresh, raw food | The Independent

Stunning new recipes soon to come on Great British Chefs from chef Robin Gill of @thedairyoldtown! Watch this space! by gbchefs

Norwegian cod with wild garlic miso and barbecued asparagus

Robin Gill's impressive poached cod with wild garlic miso recipe is served with barbecued asparagus giving it a delicious smoky flavour.

Robin Gill applauds the simplicity of beautifully fresh, raw food

Robin Gill recipes: Our chef applauds the simplicity of beautifully fresh, raw food | The Independent

Robin Gill pulls a rabbit out of his hat for the Easter table

Weekly Weeder #25 - Creeping Charlie+ Wildcrafting Wednesday

Today’s featured plant is Creeping Charlie, Glechoma hederacea. Creeping Charlie is also known as Alehoof, Catsfoot (from the size and shape of the leaf) creeping jenny, ground ivy, gill-over-the-ground, haymaids, field balm, run-away-robin and tunhoof. Range and Identification of Creeping

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Norwegian cod with wild garlic miso and barbecued asparagus

Robin Gill's impressive poached cod with wild garlic miso recipe is served with barbecued asparagus giving it a delicious smoky flavour.