- The Campfire
- - morel mushrooms
|timberghost ||04-23-2011 03:49 PM |
Not sure. I think I've seen them around here but then I think I see a whole bunch of different kinds too. Do you eat them?
|BruceBruce1959 ||04-23-2011 04:13 PM |
I love mushrooms but don't know enough about them to try eating any wild ones. :shocking:
|Hunting Man ||04-23-2011 09:37 PM |
I hate those things!:thumbdown::yucky:
|WisconsinDeer ||04-23-2011 11:35 PM |
Fried morel mushrooms taste pretty good. :thumbup:
|gfdeputy2 ||04-25-2011 06:30 AM |
do they go well with Tators?
|tator ||04-25-2011 09:19 AM |
haha, no they don't go well with tators! haha Actually I don't eat them, can't stand ANY mushrooms, but the in-laws and my wife love them to death. These type of mushrooms are safe to eat- many types aren't however. Typically they are around 4 inches tall, but I've seen some get 8-10 inches some years. They always come up during turkey season (right around April 18-24) every year. We find them alot around sycamore trees for some reason. Three years ago we found probably 2 five gallon buckets full, but most years you get just about 1/4 that. This was a down year for them. As far as I know, no one knows how they grow or where exactly they are going to grow each year. Many people have tried to "grow" their own version of the morel, but it can't be done.
|Unregistered ||04-20-2014 09:47 AM |
gonna go out today just to see
|on_the_fly ||04-20-2014 10:01 AM |
Love them !! Morels are awesome meaty flavor, my cousion found 110 blacks Thursday.
|tator ||04-20-2014 03:18 PM |
I went out Friday afternoon and found zero. It's been warming up here and supposed to get a little rain tomorrow so they should be popping up any time.
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