Longroot can be used to make stew and tastes faintly of minerals. Easily cultivated brown roots, they grow in cracks in stone where water collects after storms. They are sticky when sliced into and likely layered with crem on the outside.
Wine comes in several colors. Blue, orange, violet and yellow have been mentioned. Blue is a strong vintage. Orange is commonly consumed among members of the clergy. Violet is among the strongest of liquors. Yellow has the weakest 'alcohol' content.
Winterwort is a bitter tasting plant, used to induce sleep. Crushed into powder, mixed with oil and one spoonful per ten brickweight of the person you're drugging, it will induce a deep sleep for about five hours. Its bitterness makes it safer to keep than other alternatives, since people won't eat it by accident.