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Autumn is not just all about mushrooms. Among the seasonal berries we have a soft spot for haw berries and you probably know that if you've been to our foraging courses.
One of our favourite things to do with them are hawthorn fruit leathers 😋
Who has tried them?
Recipe available on the recipe section of our website, where you can also read more about hawthorn on the Plant Guide
Oh, and yes, that's a cheeky placement of our new wood chopping boards. Now available at
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We both really enjoyed the course today. We cannot find the recipe for hawthorn leather on your website? Can you point us in the right direction please.
Could anyone tell me what this mushroom is, please, as can't find it in the book.
hawyhorn berry sauce is lovely on a beef roast
A wild mushroom meddley about to be cooked after one of our recent walks 😋
It was luxury mix of penny buns, bay boletes, brown birch boletes, chanterelles, winter chanterelles, hedhehog fungus, horse mushrooms, giant puffballs, fairy ring champignons, beefsteak fungus, hen of the woods and cauliflower fungus 🍄 ... Greek Alphabet Zeta Black silhouette Stamp Shopping Ecofriendly
Hello justa quick question,sound silly but will porcini grow faster if I water them lol?
My medley. There's also a porcini and a hedgehog going in the mix for a nice pasta tomorrow 🥳
The other birds on the scene right now: Hen of the Woods!
🐔 Hen of the Woods (Grifola frondosa) is an edible mushroom with a savoury taste.
It's cultivated in the East and known by the Japanese name maitake. In the UK it's found growing at the base, roots and stumps of oak and sweet chestnut.
🍽️ It's great for blitzing into patties or mince. But it goes very well fried, in stews and casseroles
As with other polypores make sure to eat only tender ones and always well cooked.
For ID features check page 224 of our Foraging Guide book or open the Mushroom Guide on our website:
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Found this on a beech stump