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Holy Fiddlehead!

Made with Fiddleheads, Ramp, wild leeks and a handcrafted scallion vinegar from F-Word Farm.

About the Sauce: Holy Fiddlehead! exclaimed Brian, after the first time tasting fiddleheads. How do you preserve the wild allium earthy flavor of ramp, fiddleheads, scallion and garlic scapes?

Craic Sauce and F-Word Farm teamed up again, with the help from some friends and other local farms responsibly foraging and fermenting spring ingredients. Year two of this sauce differs with pickled shishito, cucumber and datil pepper. 

The handcrafted scallion vinegar from F-Word Farm makes this a truly one of a kind sauce.

Uses:  Delicate flavor so it is complimentary and contrasts nicely on salads, steak, rice and vegetables. Has a bit of a briny flavor, but brings citrus and allium flavor beautifully to oysters. 

Heat: 1/10 heat

Ingredients: Peppers (Shishito, Cubanelle, Hungarian Hot Wax, Datil), Shallot, Rice Wine Vinegar, Onion, F-Word Farm Scallion Vinegar, Carrot, Scallion, Garlic, Lemon Juice, Fiddleheads, Cucumber, Garlic Scapes, Ramp, Leek Microgreens, Salt, Dill, Brown Sugar, Mustard Microgreens.

Fiddleheads sourced with help from North of Boston Farm.

Stockists carrying Holy Fiddlehead!

Olive Connection - Brookline

Cambridge Naturals - Cambridge

The Mushroom Shop - Somerville

Eve & Murray's - Acton

Knotty Pine Design - Hudson

Shaw Farm - Dracut

Farmer Dave's - Dracut

North of Boston Farm - Boxford

Navigation Brewery - Lowell

Gormley's Cafe - Lowell

House of Hot Sauce - Winchester

House of Hot Sauce - Beverly

Assabet Co-op Market - Maynard

Dave's Fresh Pasta - Somerville

Bacco's - Boston (getting stocked Sunday 10/29)

Affamata - Newburyport (getting stocked 11/1)

The Story Behind the Sauce

It all started in 2019 when I cooked up Fiddleheads for the first time. I got them from North of Boston at the Farm Market in Lowell and Justin told me just to blach and fry em up with a little bit of butter.

I did just that, and was shocked at this bright, earthy, crunchy flavor. I couldn't believe how much flavor that one ingredient packed.

Jumping ahead to 2022, my friend Deanna and I embarked on a group forage with Emily from F-Word Farm, responsibly harvesting ramp.

Emily from F-Word Farm, a true genius when it comes to fermentation and farming, worked her magic and crafted a scallion vinegar that beautifully united all the foraged, allium, citrusy ingredients.

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