Discussion in 'Home, Garden, and Yard' started by SwampCat, Apr 7, 2013.

  1. SwampCat

    SwampCat Well-Known Member

    Is this a morel mushroom?
  2. earl blevins

    earl blevins Well-Known Member

    yep sure looks like one.

  3. dustineubanks

    dustineubanks Well-Known Member

    yes yes wheres there one there should be more.. yummy yummy yummy
  4. UCNE

    UCNE Well-Known Member

  5. RL

    RL Well-Known Member

    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
  6. Bruin

    Bruin Well-Known Member

    Wow. Morel's are out. Dogwoods are in full bloom.....................and Turkey season doesn't open for another 13 days! :smack:
  7. camron

    camron Super Member<br>2010 Deer Hunting Contest Winner

    How do you prepare them?
  8. dustineubanks

    dustineubanks Well-Known Member

    soak em cold water. make up some batter and fry em up. lol simple but delicous
  9. UCNE

    UCNE Well-Known Member

    I will get them boxed up later tonight stand by your mail box and wait and they will come.........:whistle:
  10. mr4pt

    mr4pt Well-Known Member

    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
  11. SwampCat

    SwampCat Well-Known Member

    Hollow in the middle. Found at white cliffs. Found some more today.
  12. TurkeyHussy

    TurkeyHussy Well-Known Member

    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,
  13. pearlsnaps

    pearlsnaps Well-Known Member

    Dont remember ever seeing those in AR. Y'all got me wanting to find and try them tho.
  14. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member

    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.
  15. mr4pt

    mr4pt Well-Known Member

    I picked them every year in NWA but since I've moved back to SWA I haven't seen on
  16. WillyB71

    WillyB71 Well-Known Member

    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.
  17. WillyB71

    WillyB71 Well-Known Member

    Not to be too specific, what county, Swamp?
  18. BDW

    BDW Premium Member<br>Merganser Slayer<br>2011 Turkey

    Good eating!!!
  19. bagofdonuts

    bagofdonuts Well-Known Member

    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.
  20. CDay

    CDay Well-Known Member

    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.

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