Show notes:-Staghorn sumac and it's use in cooking. Featuring Darrin Nordahl, Author of the book Eating Appalachia and staghorn sumac in cooking. http://www.darrinnordahl.com/index.php/media*Please note, this is not the poisonous sumac. Staghorn sumac has velvety red berries. The poisonous sumac often has white berries. Please be sure you can positively identify wild plants before consuming any wild plant. See images below.-Mary Constantine, Food Writer for the Knoxville News Sentinel with a warm and yummy recipe for Vietnamese Beef Stew.
Staghorn sumac tea.
Basket of gathered Staghorn sumac. Red berries.
An example of poison sumac plant.
Image of staghorn sumac.