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Outdoor dining, anyone?

PHOTOGRAPHS: AUGUST DELLERT/THE EDIBLE COUNTRY

If one of your restaurant bugbears is noisy neighbours, reserve now to eat somewhere that has just seven tables spread across 700 miles. It’s commonly known as Sweden. The Edible Country is a project that aims to get people cooking with ingredients found in the wild. Book a table for free in woodlands or on the rocky coast, and you’ll get the tools to cook with, and seasonal recipes devised by Michelin-starred chefs (visitsweden.com/edible-country). If you want to try out your skills at home, the dishes (including the dessert on the right) mainly use plants that can be found in the UK, too.

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