Spring is Morel Mushroom season and one of the biggest questions most people have is how to clean and store morel mushrooms. Let me teach you the best way to clean morel mushrooms and how to store them so that they stay fresh the longest. You might be wondering what qualifies ME to be an…
These Pickled Maitake Mushrooms (aka Hen of the woods mushrooms or Sheep’s head mushrooms) are hands down the best way to enjoy a bountiful year of fall foraging! Perfectly balanced tart with a hint of sweet makes for the perfect pickled mushroom side dish, appetizer or even to snack on right out of the fridge!
These hashbrowns are the perfect way to use up your Chicken of the Woods mushrooms after a big mushroom hunting trip in the woods! This vegetarian and vegan friendly recipe is good for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
You can’t go wrong with sautéing chanterelles in butter, but trust me there are so many other MORE DELICIOUS options to try! I’ve put together The Best Chanterelle Mushroom Recipes to help you get creative in the kitchen and enjoy one of the best summer mushrooms!
This Morel Ramp Potato Chowder Recipe combines amazing spring flavors into a hearty creamy soup is great for those chilly spring days! Gluten-Free, Grain-Free & Vegetarian Friendly.
Using finely chopped mushrooms in this Swedish Maitake Mushroom Meatballs Recipe is the key to some of the most tender and flavor filled meatballs you’ll ever eat! This delicious mushroom meatball recipe is grain-free, gluten-free, low-carb and keto friendly.
This Creamy Morel Mushroom Barley Soup is an easy and delicious way to get your mushroom fix in a healthy way. Can be made with either fresh or dried morel mushrooms.
Fall is so amazing. Not only are the temperatures here in Pennsylvania finally cooling down, it’s also peak season for foraging for Maitake Mushrooms (aka Hen of the Woods). And I’m glad to share the 5 Best Ways to Preserve Maitake Mushrooms to make your harvest last all year long!
Canning Hen of the Woods Mushrooms (and other safe-edible, wild mushrooms) at home is so easy and a great way to enjoy them even when they aren’t in season. Hen of the Wood’s meaty texture and robust flavor stands up especially well to canning.
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SnackWithCreminelli #DiscoverFood #CollectiveBias I admit that both my favorite and most hated month at the same time is the month of April. April is the sign that the snowy relaxing days of winter are over and the hecticness…
Creamy, melted cheese and freshly foraged wild chanterelles, are the perfect combination. My Chanterelle Mushroom Fondue is a delicious appetizer or light meal for a warm summer evening!
It was love at first bite, these Gluten Free Wild Ramp Fritters are a delicious and creative way to use springs best wild foraged treat! Can you tell that we are Ramp obsessed?? Ramp season doesn’t last very long so we try to enjoy them as often as possible when they are fresh. These delicious…