This is the kind of posts that will be updated onto the Appalachian Foraging page. Today I found a mess of scarlet elf cups and dandelion greens.
Went out for the first time this year and found a bunch of scarlet elf cups... These pretty little fungi are delicious snacks/appetizers! I flash fried them for... a minute and stuffed them with some dandelion greens and wild onions I foraged little earlier. The pictures aren't the best but the dish was phenomenal.
Also check out my other page at www.Facebook.com/appalachianforaging. I'm going to be posting how to make entire meals straight from mother nature in the Appalachian Mountains!
Well folks April has arrived and that means it is time! It's still a little early in the session, but don't be surprised to start seeing black morels soon! As always post pictures of your findings and I will keep you updated on my hunting... Happy hunting everyone!
Great find by John Carter! These are black dry land fish they are usually found in the early season... this means that there is still quite a while left to find some!!! Happy hunting!
Still looks like we have a little while to go... not too much greenery up in the woods. But, if you just cant help but go out to the woods and check, Saturday would be a great day to get out there! Happy hunting!!!
Here we go! This should be the prime time for this beauty! Hen of the Woods or the maitake mushroom is great!!!! Look beside the base of Oak trees…. these things can get up to 15 pounds or so! Happy hunting!