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Any Morel Mushroom Hunters??

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With Spring on its way Ive been visiting some of my Mushroom sites looks like the South is coming along quiet well this year so far. Its a little early up here in Ohio and North yet but Im waiting, wont be long to start taking some little hikes. Her is a pretty good site fro the progression of the season.http://morelmushroomhunting.com/morel_progression_sightings_map.htm ...............Hoser
 

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Oh yeah yummy, fry them with some butter, goes great with T-Bone steak and mashed potatos.

I usally find them under evergreens, pines, and small covering type trees.
 

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Shortwavewave said:
Oh yeah yummy, fry them with some butter, goes great with T-Bone steak and mashed potatos.

I usally find them under evergreens, pines, and small covering type trees.
You summed it up in the first three words.................Hoser
 

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Hi Randy
Love them myself, used to go when I was very young with my grandmother and great aunt. We mostly got puffballs but could find other varieties. I love to cook so I make all sorts of dishes using mushrooms, grilled portobellos are nice oyster and chantrelles love them all.
In my younger days going after psilocybin mushrooms in cow pastures was a rite of pasture, err passage.
 

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When I lived in Columbus County people were forever stopping and asking the directions to a place called Pireway - they were looking for a cow pasture to pick mushrooms from but they referred to them simply as shrooms. :lol:
 

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For me I like to get out and walk some of what ole man winter help me put on. Take in a little quite time and enjoy the view. Its usually a short passage around here the foilage starts to come on and once it gets tall enough its a lost cause. And ya never give up your hot spots. At 25 bucks +a pound ya take advantage of what mother nature gives ya, and its some great eatn. It used to be great when I could take all three of my kids, they dont miss a thing and height of em works well too. Always looking for that Mother load..............hoser
 

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When I was in High School, I helped a guy look for mushrooms once until I figured out what kind we were looking for ;)

Seriously, I have some family (mostly older generation) that do it
 

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car2back said:
psilocybin kind :lol:
is that what the "dudes" wanted in Pireway - well I'll be darn........no wonder they looked so funny with them big grins on thier faces when they came back through - let me explain...........the guy says to me out the window and I might add he looked like the cheshire cat with the big grin , he says hey man sorry I'm driving so fast through your neighborhood......I just said ok well be careful and slow down........as I rode away from his window on my bicycle :lol: , they were doing about 15 miles an hour......:D
 

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Goin to have me a big ole ribeye and some fresh Mushrooms tonite. 2 friends and myself ran into a nice patch of about 100 yesterday. Let the games begin with some good eating and hopefully more good finds, they were all blacks so there are more to come.............Hoser
 
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