Samphire cooked with garlic and lemon. I hadn't heard of this plant before and am now intrigued.
Seabass & Samphire Parcels - The Londoner
We love this wild, sea salty marsh grass. Beautiful with fish, lamb and veg. And its salty taste goes especially well with sweet carrots, creamy broad beans, avocado or tomatoes. Below are a few ideas to help you make the most of this seasonal gem.