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    Default Fried mushrooms tonight

    IMG_20210711_081305774.jpg Heard a gobbling turkey, saw 3 hens with poults and found enough of these to share with a friend. Pretty good morning in the woods this morning.
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    That time of year for sure. How are you frying yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    That time of year for sure. How are you frying yours?
    Looking online for recipes. Never done it before. Any suggestions?
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    Simpler the better with shrooms, but I have been wondering about throwing some in duck fat as opposed to the usual evoo...

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    Start them in a dry pan, after the give up their water add some butter, salt and pepper. Let them brown well, towards the end add a little minced shallot and garlic. Enjoy!

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    They’re also great if you cook as stated above and add to some fresh pappardelle pasta with a splash of heavy cream and a little fresh Parmesan. No trailer cheese

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    I just started picking not too long ago. I have picked these in upstate. Think they are around the lowcountry?


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    Plenty popped in the last couple days here

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    Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoggin View Post
    They’re also great if you cook as stated above and add to some fresh pappardelle pasta with a splash of heavy cream and a little fresh Parmesan. No trailer cheese
    Just did this for lunch. Pretty dang good. Thank you. Forgot the cream but it was still good.
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    After seeing this post, I noticed these not long ago. Is this the same kind?

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    I’ve never been a huge fan of mushrooms. Noticed these the other day. Chanterelle??






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    Don't take my word for it but both of those Sets of photos look like chanterelles to me.
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    They look it, the false ones are typically more round. Then the real ones have good veins underneath

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    That's for ishoot, jrebs I'd have to have a better look

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    Jrebs kinda don't look like them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Jrebs kinda don't look like them
    Jrebs are not. Winchesters are IMO

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    Thanks fellas. I wasn’t planning on eating them but was just curious.


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    I guess I found the mother load…

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    The false ones have gills, the real ones have veins. The false ones are more orange, the real ones are more peach/apricot. When in doubt, toss em.

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