All posts tagged “chanterelles

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Chanterelles!

The Enchanted Mushroom Forest smiled on me today and I was able to forage a nice batch of quality chanterelles. Some of you may notice one of the mushrooms in the last picture looks a little different. You’re right. The one with a tan cap… Read More

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Chanterelles!

I met up with my brother the trout, Salvelinus fontinalis, this morning to do a little foraging. The good news is chanterelles have begun fruiting in the Enchanted Mushroom Forest. They’re still pretty small, many still buttons, but we found around 30 of these tasty… Read More

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A big chanterelle

In the forests I visit, I mostly find smallish chanterelles – one over two inches tall or with a cap over two inches wide is uncommon. Yet today I found a cluster of chanterelles, all in one hollow, that were much bigger than the norm.… Read More

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Chanterelles

I meant to post this shot on the weekend but didn’t get around to it…so here it is now. I call these hypothetical chanterelles, because any old fool knows there aren’t any edible wild mushrooms in Southern Ontario. These are CGI mushrooms. Har!

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Chanterelles

I took the dogs out for a walk in the woods this morning, and was fortunate to find around 30 chanterelles. They’re a little hard to see right now. There is a lot of leaf litter on the forest floor and the chanterelles are just… Read More

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1 chanterelle

After all the rain, I expected to collect buckets of tasty edible wild mushrooms today. Arriving at my first spot, I discovered to my dismay that the local bureaucrats had declared the only reasonable access to the forest to be NO PARKING. On the other… Read More