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December 08, 2009



What a beautiful autumn leaves and big mushroom! How did you learn to choose eatable mushrooms? Aren't there some poisonous mushrooms in the forest? The meal looks delicious. It will go together with wine!


Lovely story and video. The trees in that forest appear to be very young. Was it formerly pasture land?


I have to say that one of the things I like most about visiting this blog periodically is the photography that accompanies your articles. Lovely.


Thank you for the comments !
Hikalu : That's not that difficult to recognize the edible mushrooms forv me as I limited my selection to usually two "species", the Boletus and the Wood Hedgehogs, plus sometimes the [in French] Girolles and the Pleurotes. But now, I have this small book with many others, so I'll try to widen my hunt...
Andrew : It has never been a pasture but it is privately owned and they may cut the trees to make money from time to time even if only every 50 years.
Ron : thanks a lot, I'll be careful that the video never cannibalize the pictures here....


That meal looks exquisite. I am so jealous!


Very good! Autumn in the Woods is perfect!

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