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The Shiitake has a classic mushroom shape with open white gills. It has a meaty and earthy smoky taste and its texture is firm and slightly chewy.
Oyster mushrooms comprise a long list of different species and are available in an amazing array of colors and sizes. They have a texture much like their seafood namesake, with a mild taste and pleasant odor.
Golden, with white flesh. Button or vase shaped cap with veins. Apricot
nuances. Available year-round except May-June. Substitute hedgehogs.
Serving Suggestions: Slow roast with game, ham, beef. Sauté with cream for pasta sauce.
Light gray to jet-black, vase shape, highly perfumed.
Available year-round, except April-May.
Serving Suggestions: Sauté for crostini, in risotto, as garnish for scallops, seafood or chicken.
Bulbous stem and rounded cap, from ivory to reddish brown. Taste similar to winecap. Available year-round, except August.
Serving Suggestions: Grill caps, dice and sauté or roast stems. Great in soups, stews and stir-frys. Substitute shiitake or winecap.
Ace-of-spades shape. One to four inches long, dusty, gray to brown or gold. Intense earthy flavor; must be thoroughly cooked. Available March-August.
Serving Suggestions: Excellent texture for fish, soups and sautés. Great in cream or red wine reduction sauces.
Firm; lobster-red in color. Available July-September.
Serving Suggestions: Marinate with oil and tarragon, char and slice like steak, or use in soups and stews.
Golden brown ear-shaped mushroom. Slightly chewy with mild flavor.
Serving Suggestions: Soups and stir-frys.
Delicate yet slightly musty overtone to this mushroom's flavor.
Serving Suggestions: Asian cuisines.
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A wonderful blend of mushrooms to enhance any stir fry recipe.
Serving Suggestions: Asian cuisines
A wonderful blend of mushrooms to create an unforgettable wild mushroom soup.
Serving Suggestions: Soups
Portabella mushrooms are the largest of the commercially available mushrooms and have a rich, robust mushroom taste and a texture that has been compared to fine beef filet mignon.
Serving Suggestions: Accompany steaks or as a hearty sidedish.