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Discussion in 'Home, Garden, and Yard' started by SwampCat, Apr 7, 2013.
Is this a morel mushroom?
yep sure looks like one.
yes yes wheres there one there should be more.. yummy yummy yummy
Those are not any good to eat give them to me and I will throw them away for you. I thought it was a little early for them to be out . I need to start looking
Wow. Morel's are out. Dogwoods are in full bloom.....................and Turkey season doesn't open for another 13 days! :smack:
How do you prepare them?
soak em cold water. make up some batter and fry em up. lol simple but delicous
I will get them boxed up later tonight stand by your mail box and wait and they will come.........:whistle:
Yes it is, unless its solid in the center, then it's a false morel? Did u find it around here? I was told they weren't this far south. If so, I know what I'm going to be doing next weekend
Hollow in the middle. Found at white cliffs. Found some more today.
yep, we call them sponge mushrooms up north ( Indiana) wash wash wash them off, soak in salt water, rinse, dip em in eggs and roll them in flour with salt and pepper. ( them mushrooms can replace any meat) make a sandwich of em YUMMY
forgot to tell you,,,,,,,slice them in half long ways,
Dont remember ever seeing those in AR. Y'all got me wanting to find and try them tho.
They definately exist in AR. We find a few every year up here in Madison and Washington counties.
Fine eating! An egg wash/fish batter roll is another great way to have them.
I picked them every year in NWA but since I've moved back to SWA I haven't seen on
Those things are scarce down here in extreme SW AR, but I will try to find some when I am in Western Indiana in about two weeks. That's morel country for sure, TH.
Not to be too specific, what county, Swamp?
Grew up in Southern Indiana. A good morel hunting spot was kept like a good fishing hole. We always found them around fallen trees, especially birch.
We found 29 around Forest City today while turkey scouting some new hunting land.
Born and raised in Indiana as well and found several thousands.