Tag: Porcini

Through this piece we’re going to take a look at Where to forage porcini mushrooms. They can be found growing with Birch, Beech, Oak, Pine, Spruce and Fir, (for the doubters of this out there, my friend found a lovely haul in a predominantly Fir woodland last August after the…

Traditionally the first of August marks Lammas day which signals the start of the harvest season which is perfect for foraging in August. The Anglo-Saxon name for August was Vueod-Monath which means weed month, as this is the time when they grow most abundantly, making it a particularly good month…

Raw Porcini Carpaccio Recipe Sometimes when you find a perfect cep or porcini in the prime of its growth there’s nothing better to do than to keep it as fresh as possible and enjoy it in all its raw glory. This is the quickest and most delicious use of fresh…

Wild Mushroom Stuffing Recipe This is a brilliant generic wild mushroom stuffing recipe that can be served as an accompaniment to many dishes or stuffed into meats for roasting, as well as inside entire root vegetables like butternut squash.  Shop bought mushrooms can be used of course but a wild…

There’s nothing better than coming in from a day of hunting mushrooms, prepping the ingredients, popping in this pie, warming up in the bath & then coming down to a piping hot wild mushroom & chicken pie. I must admit, it always tastes better when you’ve picked the mushrooms yourself…

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