i did it again, got so excited i commented on the email alert, but OOOOO!!!!! I WANT THIS. WANT WANT WANT WANT THIS....o and Tripple EEEEEEEEEEEE.....I DROOOOOOOOLThis is just beyond Great. ..... how i Wish. You are so Lucky!!!! well, and yes,such a good farmer!
Yes, it is the advantage of living where the sun seems to have stopped shining and the basement has small tributaries running into the sump pump. Myself, I have always had Apricot Tree envy, so I guess we're even...
but now i'm thinking..do you need to LEAVE some to do their RE Spawn????
The spawn plug is inside the log and my notes say you get fruit (isnt that a funny term?) for several seasons, as long as the wood hasn't completely rotted away. I'll keep you posted.
Oh how I love mushrooms ... it never occurred to me that I could grow my own (perhaps) ... this is beyond cool
Liz, check out the website where we got all the spawn plugs, it has wonderful tutorials and is completely geared to what could be successful in each particular climate. http://www.fieldforest.net/
Voluptuous is the perfect word. I can taste them from the picture.
The best I can say is that they were woodsy with a hint of melt-in-the-mouth. Guess I will never make a good food writer.
that's seems to me an excellent mouth watering description madam
Oh what a delectable post!
well we certainly have the moisture, then again we also have a young dog who drags in just about everything he can reach and I'm almost certain he would set his teeth into these.....they do look scrumptious, my husband would love to prepare these along with a bit of game; I'll throw it into the conversation casually, best if I let him think it was his idea (less work for me right?)
I tried dropping something casually into conversation once, I think it was about having someone else cook dinner on Sunday nights. That was in 1994.
gee, i never tried this.....