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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby zedzedtop » Tue Apr 30, 2013 1:28 pm

Just found a morel at my place. Too played out to be edible though. Funnily enough, it had popped out in the no-man's-land where I dump pot ale.....
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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby bentstick » Tue Apr 30, 2013 7:06 pm

They are a popin, wife went out and found enough for a couple of dinners already, they are going to be bountiful this year!
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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby Mb6388 » Tue Apr 30, 2013 7:20 pm

Found these today
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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby jarheadshiner » Thu May 02, 2013 10:32 pm

Never hunted morels but I sure will take any off of your hands! Have many friends that hunt them and man they are stingy with them! Can't say I blame them because they are delicious with a light breading and sautéed in butter. Funny thing is I never knew the real name of them until a few years ago. Always been called muggins around here.
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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby bentstick » Sun May 05, 2013 9:57 pm

Mb6388 wrote:Found these today


We will collect those Whites or Grays towards the end of the month,we are blacks by the onion bags full now,after the last couple of years this is a banner year!

Nothin better then a mess saute'ed on a 1.5" thick porter house on the grill! :rkn:
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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby minime » Tue May 07, 2013 7:35 pm

bentstick wrote:
Mb6388 wrote:Found these today


Nothin better then a mess saute'ed on a 1.5" thick porter house on the grill! :rkn:


That's a roast not a steak where I come from :lol:

I love 'em too
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Re: Morel Mushrooms & Wild Foods

Postby bentstick » Tue May 07, 2013 8:40 pm

minime wrote:
bentstick wrote:
Mb6388 wrote:Found these today


Nothin better then a mess saute'ed on a 1.5" thick porter house on the grill! :rkn:


That's a roast not a steak where I come from :lol:

I love 'em too


We will see what we can for that! :beer:
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