Food Gathering Across Europe

Food gathering, or foraging for wild foods, provided one American couple a means of defraying the cost of the trip and having delicious meals during their European vacation in the late 1970s.



062 food gathering - Alpine dock
Alpine dock, an ancient potherb know as "monks' rhubarb" in the Middle Ages.
PHOTO: J. CARROL O'NEILL
062 food gathering - four panels
LEFT: Good King Henry is a spinach-like green CENTER: Lamb's quarter is common on both side of the Atlantic. TOP RIGHT: Under the spreading chestnut trees at Abbey Wood campground in London. BOTTOM RIGHT: Scones aux myrtilles, aka wild huckleberries on scones.
J. CARROL O'NEILL
062 food gathering - the Alps
The author surveying the Aiguilles Rouges above the town of Chamonix.
J. CARROL O'NEILL

















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