an easy recipe using foraged common puffball mushrooms and local ingredients. A delicious meal ready in minutes with great mushroom flavor.
Recognize the prolific and often under appreciated common puffballs Lycoperdon perlatum and Lycoperdon pyreform. Learn how to harvest, process, and prepare these delicious little pops of great mushroom flavor!
A delicious recipe that turns tough, inedible oyster mushroom stems into a flavorful stock, that also leaves the stems tender enough to eat. No more oyster mushroom waste. This recipe is also vegan.
The giant puffballs, Calatrava gigante
A newly published field guide to North American amanitas mushrooms by Fungi Magazine publisher Britt Bunyard and Mycologust Jay Justice. Excellent resource for amanita mushrooms, in a taxa that is decidedly needing one.
A wild mushrooms and garden egg scramble using what you have on hand. Simple, easy, high protein meal good for any time of day.
description and photos of wild harvested Oyster mushrooms, Pleurotus ostreatus.
Foraged morel mushrooms are transformed into a delicious Italian classic dish; morel manicotti. An alternative to frying; this recipe elevates morels to new culinary heights.
Recipe for cream sauce made of 5 kinds of wild foraged mushrooms, local pastured chicken, and foraged lambsquarters, garlic, with heritage walking onions.
Vegetarian Fried “Chicken” and “Chicken Parm” recipes for the “Chicken of the Woods” mushroom, L. cincinnatus. Creative and delicious recipes for an amazing and usually abundant mushroom. Low carb, low calorie, high protein.
Recipe for ancient grain spelt flour buns filled with local pork and foraged wild edibles.
A look at one of the few edible species of Amanita, and a cautionary tail about eating them.
A recipe using the wild mushroom Polyporus squamosus (or Dryad Saddle/ Pheasant back) to make crispy, delicious, baked falafel patties. An excellent use for a challenging edible mushroom!
How to prepare, and freeze chanterelle mushrooms, as well as other food items in premeasured units.
What not to do with your Polyporus squamosus (Dryad’s Saddle, Pheasant Back) mushrooms.