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Finally..... Something for the skillet! We were all starting to wonder, willyfindem?

Found today, bank of a wet weather drain running into a small creek. Near the base of a dying tree. Persimmon very near as well. In hindsight of all the places I've looked it's gotten the most sun so far. (
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Finally..... Something for the skillet! We were all starting to wonder, willyfindem?

Found today, bank of a wet weather drain running into a small creek. Near the base of a dying tree. Persimmon very near as well. In hindsight of all the places I've looked it's gotten the most sun so far. ( View attachment 4323 View attachment 4322 thicker small drain running out into a field)
Great find congrats!
 

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Don't have enough picture wise to go on but here's the dying tree which I couldn't ID. The top is from it. Storm damaged tree I guess. It was trying to push out suckers. The yellow was somewhere else on a creek bank but didn't seem to be associated with any tree.(none close)
 

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The pheasants back were excellent also, I started them earlier and allowed a little more cooking time for them, but WOW!! The combination of everything paired perfectly. I am still figuring out recipes for different mushrooms, please share any recipes and ideas! I have some oysters and more pheasants to go collect aling with more morel hunting!
 

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That’s awesome. About what size were they? Found some on Saturday but they were about 5-6 inches atleast in diameter. Haven’t tried them yet thinking they might be too big to fry.
The 2 larger ones are probably going to be to tough but the one in the middle may be ok.
 

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That’s awesome. About what size were they? Found some on Saturday but they were about 5-6 inches atleast in diameter. Haven’t tried them yet thinking they might be too big to fry.
I will post the pics later, they were in a wet shady area on a log, some of all sizes and others growing, had some 4 inch to 8 inch and one larger.. I will say this they get tougher in the fridge so cook them or use them for a stock
 

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Finally..... Something for the skillet! We were all starting to wonder, willyfindem?

Found today, bank of a wet weather drain running into a small creek. Near the base of a dying tree. Persimmon very near as well. In hindsight of all the places I've looked it's gotten the most sun so far. ( View attachment 4323 View attachment 4322 thicker small drain running out into a field)
What county ?
 
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