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DanaJ

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  • Joined: 10/4/2003
  • Location: Pottstown, PA
RE: Mushrooms Sat, 10/25/03 3:16 AM (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Heck no I can't rememeber. Our trips to the east are always filled with hometown eats, and all the places start to have the same names after awhile.


I hear ya. Well next time you're in the area, keep in mind the places you like, and I'll see how familiar I am with them.
 
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    chrisjczar

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    • Joined: 7/8/2005
    • Location: Dayton, OR
    RE: Mushrooms Fri, 07/8/05 8:52 AM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by RC51Mike

    Joe's in Reading is no more. Several years ago I heard Jack Czarnecki moved to the Pacific northwest and may have opened a place out there.


    The name of the new Restaurant is the Joel Palmer House. It's located in Dayton Oregon about 45 min from Portland and 30 min from Salem. Get more info at: http://www.joelpalmerhouse.com
     
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      jellybear

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      • Joined: 10/15/2003
      • Location: surf city, NC
      RE: Mushrooms Fri, 07/8/05 9:17 AM (permalink)
      Ive been doing a Stuffed Portabllo Mushroom this past week and I cant belive how much the people around here loved it!
       
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        linus

        • Total Posts: 252
        • Joined: 7/4/2004
        • Location: cleveland, OH
        RE: Mushrooms Sat, 07/9/05 7:53 AM (permalink)

        Anyone still love good old fashioned button mushrooms, battered and deep fried? With a side of tartar sauce, I've been told thats the dip of choice in Vienna.
        When You're lucky enough to find a place that uses fresh mushrooms this dish is heaven on a plate.
         
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          Rick F.

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          • Joined: 8/16/2002
          • Location: Natchitoches, LA
          RE: Mushrooms Sat, 07/9/05 3:17 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by linus
          Anyone still love good old fashioned button mushrooms, battered and deep fried?
          Yep: I do. But I'm not too big on the dips; I like 'em on their own.
           
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            the ancient mariner

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            • Joined: 4/6/2004
            • Location: st petersburg, florida
            RE: Mushrooms Sun, 03/12/06 7:45 AM (permalink)
            If you like mushrooms, as I do,you would think you had received a blessing when, by accident, I attended the Kennett Square festival. On a trip for other reasons I made reservations at a bed and breakfast in town and when I got there the place was jumping. Why, I wondered, in a sleepy little Pa. town was this B&B so busy ????? When I asked the landlord told me of the festival. I had never heard of Kennett Square before, and had no idea it was the mushroom capital of the world. I rearranged my shed-you-all and spent the following day sampling and tasting and enjoying.

            On Loooooooong Island many years ago an entire family died from eating the wrong wild mushrooms. So be careful out there or the boggy man might get ya !!!!!!

             
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              mayor al

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              • Joined: 8/20/2002
              • Location: Louisville area, Southern Indiana
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              RE: Mushrooms Sun, 03/12/06 9:53 AM (permalink)

              I have always loved mushrooms prepared in almost every fashion. However since Gall Bladder removal in 2002 It has been very difficult for me to deal with the immediate aftereffects of even a small side dish of them, fried,sauted, or raw in salad or sandwich, it seems that they really do a job on me.
               
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                roossy90

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                • Joined: 8/15/2005
                • Location: columbus, oh
                RE: Mushrooms Thu, 03/16/06 7:58 PM (permalink)
                Shrooms for me too!
                Like the Mayor says.. anyway, type.. I eat them all, cooked or raw.. Yum..
                But I really like them sauteed with shallots, and butter and either white wine or a tiny bit of marsala wine. I could eat a pound of them like that...
                 
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                  roossy90

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                  • Location: columbus, oh
                  RE: Mushrooms Thu, 03/16/06 8:00 PM (permalink)
                  Oops, I forgot to add, I do NOT like them battered and fried.
                  Any other way...and especially NO RANCH!
                   
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                    RubyRose

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                    • Joined: 5/7/2003
                    • Location: Lehigh Valley, PA
                    RE: Mushrooms Sat, 06/30/07 6:19 PM (permalink)
                    We like grilled mushroom and bacon kabobs. They're even better when we add some small precooked redskin potatoes.

                     
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                      Sundancer7

                      RE: Mushrooms Sat, 06/30/07 7:18 PM (permalink)
                      We are past the spring mushroom season in Tennessee. All I can get is at Food City which is my neighborhood grocery story. Regardless I get the shrooms and enjoy them sauteed, fried, in the salad or whatever. Always very good;.

                      Paul E. Smith
                      Knoxville, TN
                       
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                        MichiBill

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                        • Joined: 7/1/2007
                        • Location: Warren, MI
                        RE: Mushrooms Sun, 07/1/07 6:32 PM (permalink)
                        If you ever get to Mackinaw City, MI, you have to try them at Dixie Saloon. They're nearly the size of baseballs. Oh, by the way, they taste great too.
                         
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