Latest Mushroom hunting Stories

2013-07-09 23:21:55

Beyond waitlist, text notification and table management Quickcue helps build relationships with guests, something Mellow Mushroom has excelled at for years. The chain has built a loyal following willing to travel great distances just to have a slice of their awesome pie. Chattanooga, TN (PRWEB) July 09, 2013 Mellow Mushroom has long been known for awesome pizza, the Beer Club, its “easy-going atmosphere and funky décor”, all providing a uniquely “mellow experience” for...

2012-10-24 04:01:10

As shiitake-log growers Doug and Sandra Williams of Lost Creek Mushroom Farm know, shiitake farming has mushroomed since they started in the 1980s. Today, most mushrooms are grown on sterilized sawdust blocks and many people have never seen or eaten shiitakes from logs, as they grow in Nature. As gifts for yourself or gifts for friends and family, log kits grow the best-tasting, most highly nutritious mushrooms with the most potent health benefits. Lost Creek Mushroom Farm donates a portion...

2011-03-05 11:05:00

Dinosaurs squashed them with impunity. Thousands of species that lacked culinary appreciation have turned up their noses at them. And a study based on advanced DNA analysis has shown that this shameful indifference went on for 129 million years.Finally, however, one animal species came along that would learn to appreciate this particular fungus with almost a global reverence "“ homo sapiens. Thus was born the human affection for the morel "“ for millions of people around the...

2010-09-09 12:06:00

SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Mushrooms are considered Nature's Hidden Treasure and the star of the produce aisle thanks to their nutrition, value and versatility. To celebrate the friendly fungi, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania - the Mushroom Capital of the World - will host the 25th Annual Mushroom Festival, September 10-12. In honor of the festival's anniversary, below for your reading pleasure are the top 25 reasons and ways to celebrate mushrooms every day, every way!...

2008-09-21 15:00:16

Rhode Island is home to between 2,300 and 2,500 species of fungi, says Noel Rowe, leader of a mushroom walk organized by the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society this week. Twenty-nine mushroom hunters traipsed through the woods of the Nettie Marie Jones Nature Preserve with Rowe searching for as many species as they could gather for identification. In less than two hours, they found dozens of species in the West Greenwich woods. Some of the people on the walk were interested in the botany of...

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