Can anyone recommend a restaurant in downtown Toronto that serves fiddle heads? I have never tried them and since they can be poisonous if not cooked properly, I think I'll leave the cooking to the chef.
I think you are too late, they have a very short season and it seems to already be over
Any fiddleheads you are going find in a store or farmer's market will be one of the edible varieties
There's no rocket science to cooking the fiddleheads, heat destroys the toxin so they have to be boiled or steamed until tender but that's it. Nothing a home cook can't handle.
If you're lucky, Nota Bene will still have them as a side.
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great question! YUM! I used to pick them when I was little and we'd kimchi them. Fantastic addition to bibimbap. Good luck on your search - would love to hear if you found them
I bought some at the No Frills last week, tossed them in a fry pan with honey, dash of soy sauce and lime. Yum.