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Sunday, May 16, 2021

Yum!


We were talking the other day.  I ask Roger if he remembered these.  He was coming home from work late, and spotted these on an old tree at the edge of the road.  He did not have anything to put them in.  So he came home to get a flashlight and something to put them in.  My brother happened to be here and they went back and picked them in the dark.  He has eaten these mushroom all his life...and I started after I married him.  We have never seen any this big--before or after. 

22 comments:

Bill said...

Wow! That really is a big one!

Hootin' Anni said...

My gosh. It's humongous. And, it's edible?!!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Enorme este cogumelo.
Um abraço e boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

eileeninmd said...

Wow, what a big mushroom.
I have never picked wild mushrooms, I am afraid I will pick the wrong kind.
Take care, have a happy new week!

Ann said...

Holy smokes that's a big mushroom. What kind is it? I would be afraid to pick and eat anything. With my luck I would pick a poisonous one.

A Left-Eyed View said...

Wow! What curvaceous, radiating forms captured in this mushroom! Looks like something that could feed you for days. Did he have an estimate as to its weight?

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
... is that a hen-of-the-wood (maitake)? wow!!! Make a few omelettes, that would... YAM xx

Laurel Wood said...

The biggest I have ever seen!

MadSnapper said...

I Have NEVER seen any tht big and would NEVER eat them. ugh... magnificent shot of this awesome shroom

Martha said...

Wow, that's impressive!

Ruthie said...

I love mushrooms. These are also the biggest ones I have ver seen! They look delicious.

Kodak said...

It looks very frilly. I have no idea what kind it is. Glad you know what is safe to eat.

ElaineH said...

Wow! That is huge! I have never seen a mushroom like that before. This one must have lasted a really long time! It is so pretty!

don said...

A great looking mushroom.

....peter:) said...


that is a lot of mushroom Rose... he was on a mission and succeeded... he should be able to share some of it with his friends....peter:)

happyone said...

Wow I've never seen one so big!!!

Steve in Japan said...

Wow, that is huge!

Michael Rawluk said...

That is huge. There would be a few meals there.

Ruth Hiebert said...

They are huge. I’m not real familiar with mushrooms so I have not eaten any except in other food.

Claudine/canelle said...

Magnifique tout simplement !

Red Rose Alley said...

That is so strange looking. I wouldn't know which mushrooms were edible and which ones were not. That's good that your husband has a bit of knowledge about them.

~Sheri

Lowcarb team member said...

That is impressive ...

All the best Jan

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