ArborEatYumm: OSU's College of Food...

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…FOOD Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Let it never be forgot, the centrality of FOOD. Even in the landscape. So, Come one, come all.  Next Tuesday, October 9, at OSU’s Secrest Arboretum, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, there will be a free Arbor-Eat-Um program. Edible landscaping. Bring your favorite landscape plant products that are edible: blueberry buckle, black chokeberry jam.


Viking black chokeberries
Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking' harvesting.


black chokeberry cookies
Paul Snyder's black chokeberry cookie



Meatballs with corneliancherry dogwood and crabapple glazes
Meatballs with corneliancherry dogwood and Dolgo crabapple glazes and jam


blueberry fall color

Caption: See how beautiful fall color is on blueberries. I am counting on some edible blueberry concoctions this year!

Mark Hoenigman and his pawpaw trifle, Cathy Herms and her Autumn olive pate de fruits – controlling invasives one bite at a time. Lois Rose and her Medlar jam. Ramp soup. Honey. Maple syrup. Dolgo crabapple butter – Mike Lee where are you?   


ArborEatUm program
We shall all hold forth in the Miller Pavilion


In Secrest ArborEatUm
And In The ArborEatUm



Nothing from your landscape?  Just bring your appetite. Miller Pavilion. You do not need to register. Be there.


Dolgo Crabapple Butter a la Laura Chatfield
This is Laura Chatfield's Dolgo Crabapple Butter. Mike Lee will you be there with your Nearly World Famous version...or some other toothsome delight?