If you're trying to find something to do while waiting for Season Three to air in spring of 2017, why not enjoy Season One and Two all over again, and again, and again... 

This is the first half of Season 1.

This is the second half of Season 1.

This is Season 2 in its entirety.

Here are older videos related to the Outlander series:

OUTLANDER - Season One Premiere Episode

Learn more about life in the 18th Century

18th Century Cooking with Jas. Townsend and Son

Find out more about the plants that star in the Outlander books:

Wild Edible Plants of Spring
This video was shot in the UK, but many of these plants are familiar to us in North America. Among them: wood garlic, stinging nettles, thistles, hawthorne, dandelion, and bugleweed.
Borage Flowers Attract Pollinators to the Garden 
What Is Borage Oil? 
Foraging for Nettles 
by Theresa Carle-Sanders of Outlander Kitchen 
Outlander Kitchen on TV 
Plants and cooking go together. Here's a feature on Theresa and how she creates her "historical and character-inspired recipes." 
I told you that forget-me-nots are "hitchhikers." What I forgot to tell you is that they've managed to get all the way to Alaska, where they have become the state flower! Awesome photography in this video. 
Harvesting, Curing and Storing Garlic 
from Kitchen Gardeners International 
Jewelweed: Nature's Poison Ivy Herbal Remedy 
Readers also say it takes the sting out of stinging nettles 
Harvesting Opium 
Do NOT try this at home! 
Potatoes: How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Potatoes Organically from Start to Finish! 
Rhododendrons and Azaleas at Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum 
Gorgeous photography! 
Rhododendron Hells In Appalachia 
Remember Roger's wee adventure in one of these near Fraser's Ridge? 
Grow Your Own Watercress 
Includes a soup recipe

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