First Time Help

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by zabinsky, May 22, 2016.

  1. zabinsky

    zabinsky Morel Enthusiast

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    Took the kids out today and didn't have my guide book with me. I feel fairly confident this is Chicken but wanted to post here and get thoughts. Won't be eating this but did bring a little home to investigate further. Sorry, just started this year and being EXTRA cautious. Thanks! [​IMG]
     
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    zabinsky Morel Enthusiast

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    .... And i can't figure out how to attach the image.
     

  3. zabinsky

    zabinsky Morel Enthusiast

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    Maybe.... [​IMG]
     
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    zabinsky Morel Enthusiast

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    ]//i1178.photobucket.com/albums/x369/AndrewZabinskyabinsky/IMG_0197_zpslo2haah9.jpg[/URL][/img][/url]
     
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  5. stcroix rob

    stcroix rob Morel Connoisseur

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    Yes Sir, Zabinsky ya found a chicken, going forward try to find yuger smaller one as they aren't as woody. Your kids may enjoy them sliced & batter fried, just like you'd do reg chicken strips.
     
  6. stcroix rob

    stcroix rob Morel Connoisseur

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    Zabinsky ; Here's a picture of how we prepare them.

    ]//i.imgur.com/Am4GPqR.jpg[/img]
     
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  7. zabinsky

    zabinsky Morel Enthusiast

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    Fantastic! Thanks for the rapid response, do you do anything special to clean them like soak in salt water?
     
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    zabinsky Morel Enthusiast

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    How about this guy too? We left this one alone because it was across the threshold of caution. My memory seems to think it was a good find but didn't chance it. ]//i1178.photobucket.com/albums/x369/AndrewZabinskyabinsky/IMG_0201_zpsy2dfmdbz.jpg[/URL][/img][/url]
     
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  9. stcroix rob

    stcroix rob Morel Connoisseur

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    we just wash em & slice. Early season one's are nice, as there's few bugs on them. the small young one's tend to be bug free too.

    Not 100% on yer second picture.