posted on Jun, 27 2016 @ 02:23 AM
Edit: Wow..I'm a know it all idiot and didn't watch the vid first....I presumed too much based off a thread title. That is also a delicious
mushroom..although not in my aforementioned top five. That man is finding beautiful specimens though.
--We call them 'hen of the woods' where I come from. Same thing.
There's a local dude who is always foraging who will occasional bring me one when
he finds a good patch.
I usually roast them with garlic and shallot and finish with bacon lardons and chopped parsley with a little sherry vinegar and sea salt.
When I'm not being all pretentious I beer batter(Budweiser) them and eat 'em with a dipping sauce. A garlic aioli or 'ranch'.
They really are good. And they're everywhere. Golden Chanterelles are still my favorite but these are definitely in my top five!
I really recommend folks get an edible mushroom reference(better yet a mentor) and see what might be available to them locally. It can be scary at
first but once you can find your own food..man..Meaty local mushroom are a gift. And I say thank you every time.
edit on 27-6-2016 by
slowisfast because: (no reason given)