In follow-up to our last post on fire morels, we are pleased to learn that neither Dr. Leathers nor Rose was seriously injured in their accident. Dr. Leathers and the foray coordinator, Terry Beckman, have decided that conditions are right … Continue reading
With the great October fire morel flush of 2014 in progress, and the Arizona Mushroom Club about to go on foray in a day or two, the question arises anew: Should morels, and other species of mushrooms, be cut off flush at the base with a knife? Or should they be plucked out whole, base and all?
- A “Virtual Foray” for fire morels
- A Guide to Guides | Mushroom, the Journal
- Time lapse video of king bolete growth
- Fire morels cap off the fine 2014 late season
- Arizona Mushroom Club foray – September 2014
- Lightning Makes Mushrooms Multiply
- One-day foray on the Rim scheduled for Saturday 9-13-2014
- Looking back at the big storm, and ahead to season’s end
- Recap of the August 2014 Foray of the Arizona Mushroom Club
- Changes to the AZ Mushroom Forum’s Facebook presence
- The last word on eating raw mushrooms
- This “Barrows’ bolete” may make you sick!
- Cauliflower Tales: Arizona’s unique Sparassis
- How many lobster mushrooms in this picture?
- Recap of the 2014 Telluride Mushroom Festival
- Boletus rubriceps, a new species of porcini from the southwestern USA
- Don’t put this blue-staining, bitter bolete in your basket!
- Recipe: Porcini Mushroom Lasagne | use real butter
- Morels growing in Bisbee this week