Until I moved to country, I had not even heard about fiddleheads. Boy, what I was missing! They are delicious! Harvested early in the season, they are good for you too. They are a source of antioxidants, of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. The vegetation, which grows wild often along side roadways, gets its name by resembling the curled ornamentation often found at the end of a violin, fiddle or other stringed instrument. Elenka prepared them the other night with a steak. That meal was mighty fine. I wonder if brother Marchin might take a gamble and try a side dish? His dietary map doesn't stray far from the beaten path. Maybe he'd roll the dice. How about you? Ever tried them?