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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Odaon, Apr 23, 2016.
that has to be worth a chunk of change
Buyer paid him $250 for the one root.
Dang! That's crazy. I don't think it grows in Colorado. I know what I'd be doing if it did! Would be a good way to pay for the knife addiction.
The old cherry stump/chopping block out in the backyard has been growing Chicken of the Woods (sulphur shelf) mushrooms this fall. I started taking pictures when I noticed it, just to share the growth progression per day. All pictures are about 24 hours apart.
That's awesome!!! I had my first taste of chicken of the woods, or as my GF called it "chicken on a stump", this year. It was delicious! I wish it grew in Colorado!
They are good. Typically, I'll sauté and add to orzo or rice. Just to try something different, I battered, coated with seasoned flour and fried in cast iron, of course. It was great!
That's my go to for Brussels sprouts except it's more 30min so good
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Super dry spring and most of summer here, second bad year for morels. I'm hoping this one coming up will be good if the snow ever goes away from endless winter.
Very cool. I have had my open for COTW or a little bit. I saw a nice one last year and left it alone for a couple more days and when I went back it had been shattered and scattered by a falling tree. So next time I'll just grab it if it is anywhere near that size again.
Time to bump this thread back up so we can have some more foraging pictures shared.
It's definitely morel time in Colorado. I found these a week and a half ago during a typically spring time snow storm. Biggest group of morels I've ever found.
Took a day off last week before switching to a two week night shift, as I was inspired by Odaons photos. Snow up to my waist in places still, hiked the mountains for 8 hours and came home bagged. Another few weeks and I'll try again, both due to snow and the work.
Odaon found these fellas and brought them to me
Let me know what you think once you try them! I'll send you some better black morels once the season gets going here, if you like them. Those ones got a bit crushed up.
Damn brother, what a haul. Great knife as well
I've been pretty dang busy these last few weeks, only enough time to come check in on things for a few minutes here and there. Haven't done much posting or commenting at all.
Aside from work being crazy, June is always really busy for me, I've also been teaching foraging classes on the weekends.
Here are some pictures from the last few weeks, all black morels...
Also found this big ol' mule deer shed antler... it may find it's way to @allen456 at some point.
Not too much longer and it will be time for cobbler and jelly.
Oh man! Those look tasty.
I've been slacking on outdoor time for the past month or so. We've got a high lake trip planned for next week. There will definitely be a trip report for that! Hopefully some mushrooms and berries to share.
I get jealous every year when I see those morrels.
I'll send you some next spring... assuming I find some.