Mushrooms

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2011/03/13 08:50:48 (permalink)

Mushrooms

I picked these up yesterday at the store. They were on sale.  Any suggestions on cooking them? I also have some small portabellas on hand.

 

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    joerogo
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/13 08:54:42 (permalink)
    Hey Agnes, Those Pom Pom's look cool.  No idea on what to do with them though.  Can't wait to see what you come up with.
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/13 11:09:14 (permalink)
    Check out this episode of "Simply Ming".
     
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/13 11:14:47 (permalink)
    Thanks Brad. I like Ming Tsai. Great recipes.
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/19 21:40:56 (permalink)
    Last time I found the Maitakes and a bunch of fresh chantrelles I made a mushroom soup. Yummy!
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/19 23:36:53 (permalink)
    I think you have to first shave the Pom Poms.
     
     
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/19 23:43:04 (permalink)
    Recipe from the people who grew them;
    http://www.phillipsmushroomfarms.com/recipes/pomrec.html
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 07:37:22 (permalink)
    UPDATE! I sauted the three types of mushrooms (portabella, Maitake & Pom Pom) with garlic , shallots and a little white wine. I wanted to be able to really taste the mushrooms. The pom pom's were a little blah for me but the maitake were outstanding. Lot's of woodsy flavor. I actually bought more when I went shopping this weekend. This time I went to a local farm market and bought them "loose" along with some oyster mushrooms and more portabellas. Much more cost effective. They also had more I hadn't heard of before. Next payday I will return and get some I haven't tried before.
     
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 07:38:44 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    Recipe from the people who grew them;
    http://www.phillipsmushroomfarms.com/recipes/pomrec.html


    Foobme, that recipe looks really good. If I find the Pom Pom's again I would make this.
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 07:39:46 (permalink)
    mar52

    I think you have to first shave the Pom Poms.




    That was my son's reaction when he saw them!
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 07:41:04 (permalink)
    EdSails

    Last time I found the Maitakes and a bunch of fresh chantrelles I made a mushroom soup. Yummy!


    Ed, do you have a favorite recipe?
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 12:08:49 (permalink)
    I have a friend in Indiana who harvests the Hen of the Woods every year.  She separates it, dips in flower and eggs and maybe something else and just fries them.
     
    She's thought about sending me some, but it just won't work.
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 12:17:07 (permalink)
    Here's a link that she sent me:
     
    http://theforagerpress.com/fieldguide/octfd.htm
     
     
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 12:21:53 (permalink)
    Great link.  Thanks Mar!
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    Re:Mushrooms 2011/03/20 21:34:34 (permalink)
    mar52

    Here's a link that she sent me:
    http://theforagerpress.com/fieldguide/octfd.htm

     
    Hey mar52,  your friends "Hen of the Woods" is my sheep head.  Grows back every year at the base of old red oak trees.
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