Foraging for Food by calm

Foraging for Food

My husband and I went to the woods to look for morel mushrooms, thinking it might be a bit too early. We were pleasantly surprised!
wow - never seen these ones before - edible?
March 30th, 2020  
I wonder if they are growing on Beaver Island yet? I think they usually appear in late May. What a great haul you collected!
March 30th, 2020  
@pdulis Oh yes! An Appalachian Southern delicacy...often called dry land fish....we ate about half of them for dinner. They are typically fried with a breading of flour and corn meal. Certainly not healthy prepared that way, but they aren't easy to find and are only found for a few weeks each year. We usually only find 6-10, but we found 34 today!
March 30th, 2020  
@taffy We have had warmer temperatures and ample rain, so a little earlier here this year (Virginia). We've learned when the May apples come up, it's time to look for morels.
March 30th, 2020  
What a fabulous find
March 30th, 2020  
/that is quite a find - and certainly made a neat picture
March 30th, 2020  
Great find and capture
March 30th, 2020  
Wonderful textures, shapes
March 30th, 2020  
I have a friend that goes on the search for them. Great clarity
March 31st, 2020  
How wonderful, great food and photo
March 31st, 2020  
Nice photo. We have mushrooms here in Iowa too, but it I don't think it's been warm enough yet.
April 1st, 2020  
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