Idylls of Cuisine, #77 Posted on August 29, 2010August 23, 2010 by Cynthia Bertelsen [A photograph, and nothing more, for silent contemplation.] SharePrintFacebookLinkedInTwitterTumblrPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppEmailPrint & PDFLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Yes, that’s true, but … sometimes it’s worth it!
Nice shot, but I’m not a big morel fan. WAY too hard to clean adequately, and they can be literally stuffed with insects, particularly ants. Ick. I’ll take chanterelles over morels 10 times out of 10.
I thought so! Hard not to eat them all, slathered in cream, right? To heck with low cholesterol.
I usually dry them (and store the dried morels in the freezer, to prevent pantry moths from eating them up) — but last year I ate them all fresh. Too bad, because the dried ones have a deeper flavor that goes well with winter dishes.
Yes, sure, for fresh. But what about dried? Gonna cut a deal?
You’ll have to wait ’til April, I’m afraid.
I’d love more of these beauties …
I’ll raise you two…
Simple but beautiful!