by Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz –
Fall is here and we finally got enough rain to kick off the fall mushroom season. Among the many foragable fungi available in the fall, my favorite are coral mushrooms. Not only are corals super easy to identify, even for the novice mushroom hunter, but they are downright beautiful and oh, so good to eat.
Posted in Nature Notes, Wild Foraging
Tagged A Journey of Seasons, Artomyces pyxidatus, coral mushroom, Crown-Tipped Coral, food forest, foraging, jill henderson, mushrooms, show me oz, wild edible
By Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz –
It’s been a long summer here on Turtle Ridge, but we are more than thankful for the bounty of the garden and of the wild plants and trees in our forest and meadows. And with the recent rain and cool fall temperatures signaling the arrival of fall, wild foragers like myself can’t wait to hit the woods in search of delectable wild fungi. After posting a few pictures of my own ‘ground scores’ last year, many readers wanted to know more about how to identify and use the fabulous fungi in the Ozarks. This is for all you budding mycologists out there!
Posted in Real Food, Wild Foraging
Tagged A Journey of Seasons, coral mushroom, guides, how to, hunting, jill henderson, mushrooms, oyster mushroom, ozarks, ringed honey, show me oz