Life’s a beach

Twillingate Un­scripted Fes­ti­val takes to the beach

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Cook­ing up a feed and en­joy­ing what Mother Na­ture has to of­fer.

Lori McCarthy led par­tic­i­pants on a sea­side stroll to learn about lo­cal ed­i­ble plants dur­ing the re­cent Twillin- gate Un­scripted Fes­ti­val. The jour­ney cul­mi­nated with a lunch cooked over a fire on the beach.

The menu in­cluded chanterelle mush­rooms served on toasted home- made bread, moose smoke on ju­niper, fish stew, scones with straw­berry, rhubarb jam and rose pe­tal sugar.

Who would have guessed you could have a five-star meal on the beach?

Wait­ing for lunch tucked away in Blow Me Down.

Lori McCarthy look­ing af­ter the toast­ing of the home­made bread

An ap­pe­tizer of toast and chanterelles.

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