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Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Apr 10, 2018.
I just scraped off the underside with spoon and fry up.
Thanks, I saw where some like them and others don't.
Weird flavor. The smell is different than what you think of with mushrooms. Kinda like smelling an orange while eating an apple. You can only try and see. Nothing lost but maybe a new flavor that you like.
I fried it up and thought it tasted like fried squash which I can take or leave it. There is definitely better mushrooms.
I’m a salt,pepper,garlic,butter pan fried type of guy with those. Love the earthy flavor they have. Bon appétit!!
Went out to day for what I believe is my last morels of the year. It’s been a blast reading and see all your posts. Thanks for sharing the morel life with me!!
I'm up by duncannon... I've only found a few so far.. Just wondering if you have been doing well for awhile.. Not sure when they start and stop around here.
I was going to go look one last time tomorrow and i see they are still finding them in western PA so there is still a chance. I did find 3 on Sunday and 2 on Monday but i only had about 45 minutes to look. My areas that i normally find them is now posted so i had to expand to new areas this year thanks to some help from members on here i did find over 40 so far which is not alot but they were all nice sized so i cant complain to much. Happy hunting. I am between newport and millerstown so i am not far from you.
I found my 15 minuets south of the Butler county line
I'm in watts township and my family owns about 500 acres total...not having much luck..I went up north past Thompsontown and found 46 within 3 hours...hoping I can start finding aroundherea
Do you have any room for me and my young sons to hunt archery lol I am kidding. I was thinking of heading to Thompson town but just didnt have time. I scouted the SGL around Thompson town in March and looked promising. I just keep searching around Elms and Ash and thats where i found the majority of mine and a few under an apple tree. I found all of mine in the newport area.
Found two big morels under a giant white pine...they were trampled on though...I’ll make sure to look there early next year
Hi all! I'm new here, but have been mushroom hunting for a couple years. I'm the chef at Ever Grain Brewing Co in Camp Hill, PA and have a large network of foragers that have been bringing me wonderful PA foraged products for several years now. I decided to try for morels this year, even though I don't have any personal spots.
I'm wondering this: with all this rain (flooding, etc) here in Central PA, are we definitely done with morels here? I was out today and found nothing. More rain coming in following days....
I think my spots are done I checked the last of them today and found nothing.
Hello...I'm from central pa and was out today for about 3 hours...found plenty and still loads more to pick...
I was out after work today and found 1 under an ash tree
Good Haul. I was out today and found nothing. I am in central pa too. What county are you in.
Found these in Beaver County on Sunday under a Hawthorne tree. 5 more Wed but a bit older. Hope to find a few more this weekend before they are all gone for another year. Might still be some good ones out there.
If there was a love button to hit I would’ve for those picks. Sweet find.
I’m central PA (perry county) and was out today for about 2 hours. Found 20 like this, and brought home 12. The other 6 were to far gone to pick. Mostly around poplars.