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MaryAnn Has Found Some Morel Mushrooms!

Michigan Morels

 

 

Some BIG Michigan Morels

It sure does look like MaryAnn has hunted down, captured and claimed some Michigan Morel Mushrooms also known as mmm, mmm good!  Make sure you stop out and see us at the Fulton Street Farmer’s Market this Friday and Saturday (on Fulton at the corner of Fuller.) Saturday we’ll be there from 8am-2pm sometimes longer if it’s busier.

Foraging In The Woods For Ramps

Ramps, to me, taste like a cross between a green onion and garlic. They are in season for such a short period of time it is best to buy them all up when you see them because within weeks they will be gone. I like to stir fry mine in a little extra virgin coconut oil…really the only oil I cook with because it’s just so good for you. Salt, pepper and whatever yummy veggies  or mushrooms you’d like to toss with it!

 

Can You Identify This Mushroom?

So in the Spring a few years ago a woman opened her shade and saw this growing out of the wood in the windowsill. She couldn’t believe her eyes, it even scared her a bit. So she put on a mask and some gloves and proceeded to break off the mushroom and dispose of it properly and clean everything else up with bleach!  There was mushroom dust all over the windowsill as you can see. So what is it?

mystery mushroomWhat is it AND most importantly was it edible?

 

RAMPS ARE BACK! So Are CSA’s and Foraging Fun Come See Us At The Fulton Street Farmer’s Market This Saturday!

Let The Foraging Fun Begin…

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Guess What!? We will be at the Fulton Street Farmers Market (click the link for directions from your house) THIS weekend! Save the date, Saturday April 16th! We will have  CSA shares for sale. CSA shares are “Community Supported Agriculture” you front the farmer some money to help him grow what you like to eat…fresh, local, nutritious, real food. Each week or whatever your agreement you come to the market or wherever the farmer indicates and you pick up a pre-specified amount of fresh, locally grown food items. You know the guy directly who is growing your food. That makes me feel safe.

 

A "ramp" breaking through the snow in Spring Time

Mary Ann and her “shroom krew” have been out foraging far and wide for local samples of gourmet fare that may seem quite exotic to you. She’ll have plenty of examples of the foraging stash she hunted down. RAMPS ARE BACK!!!! That garlicky onion you love to love. They are foraging every day now so stop by the market on Saturday and inquire about joining Mary Ann on a foraging expedition and learn about when the is starting~