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Oops! An Oregon Newspaper Accidentally Told People to Eat an Extremely
One tastes good and makes a good risotto; the other causes bad trips.
Quit Your Day Job and Start Growing Shiitakes
Demand is higher than supply.
Made in America: 16 European-Style Products Produced Stateside
Iowa prosciutto, Florida bottarga, and California olive oil.
In Season: Phillip Kirschen-Clark’s Fresh Morel Risotto
Morels make their otherworldly appearance in April. Sauté them in butter, scramble them with eggs, or try some in this recipe from the Café Cluny chef.
Here Are Ten Photos of Vegetables Being Used to Operate iPhones
Yes, you can use mushrooms in place of fingers on the iPhone’s capacitive touch pad.
Mushroom Spores Are Going to Save the Planet
The new products, which are biodegradable, are a sight for spore eyes.
Family Nearly Dies From Wild-Mushroom Stir-fry
Take heed, would-be foragers.
Deval Patrick Loves Nudel, Wants to Be a Farmer
The governor is an unwitting mushroom supplier.
Nancy Silverton Named Guest-Chef at February’s Wild Mushroom Fair
The chef will offer a cooking demo to some local foraging obsessives.
Oops! Australian Chef Accidentally Kills Customers With Toxic Mushrooms
People might want to think twice before eating foraged foods!
Real Housewives of Southie
Strikes a Nerve; It’s a Record ‘Shroom Season
Plus potato-pickin’ convicts and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Life or Death
Save a Man From His Trippy Mushrooms
Any mushroom pros out there?
Plastic Bag Ban Gets Approved in Santa Monica; Which Coffee Not to Drink
Starting September, the restriction goes into effect, while six widely sold caffeinated beverages are seriously bad for your health.
FDA Won’t Condone Milk Sharing Among Nursing Mothers; Pennsyltucky Hunters
Plus fish tacos and other Mexican dishes are more popular than ever, and Starbucks and Kraft are embroiled in a kerfluffle over distribution, all in our morning news roundup.
Takes Home An Emmy; Meet The Foochebags
While contestant Amanda Baumgarten dismisses the show’s weight,
earns a golden statue.
Thomas Keller Compares the Coasts; Okie Bar Manager Slices Off Customer’s Nose
The Bouchon chef thinks New Yorkers and Californians are similar, while an Oklahoma bartender goes to jail for his messy handling of a noise complaint.
What to Eat This Week
And You Just Had Some Kind of Mushroom …
The mushrooms of autumn are appearing on some of the city’s best season-driven menus. Here’s where to get your fix.