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2019-04-10 05:04:47 AM  
I read that headline as "the mohel the merrier"
 
2019-04-10 06:30:15 AM  

no1curr: I read that headline as "the mohel the merrier"


A merry Mohel would be a fun guy, no?
 
2019-04-10 06:57:26 AM  

theDesertHamster: no1curr: I read that headline as "the mohel the merrier"

A merry Mohel would be a fun guy, no?


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I do believe so, yes
 
2019-04-10 07:39:40 AM  
Saute in butter, with some slivered shallots if you must, salt & pepper, deglaze with a little sherry.  Serve over steak, chicken, pork, tofu, rice, noodles, or just eat them like that.
 
2019-04-10 07:40:11 AM  

theDesertHamster: no1curr: I read that headline as "the mohel the merrier"

A merry Mohel would be a fun guy, no?


I hear they're a bit thin skinned.
 
2019-04-10 07:48:48 AM  
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2019-04-10 08:40:15 AM  
clean them well, get all the centipedes out.
Slice in half lengthwise.
Freeze on sheet of waxed paper.
Place frozen on waxed paper in dehydrator.
Place dried in coffee grinder just for these morels.
Place dried powdered morel flavoring agent in freezer until ready to sprinkle on soups, in sauces, or on chicken.
 
2019-04-10 08:42:41 AM  

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Trump like wiener detected
 
2019-04-10 09:51:12 AM  
sausage stuffed mushrooms are easy and a hit at parties

start with button mushrooms, remove the stem

brown sausage meat, drain. Add bread crumbs, parma cheese, garlic, parsley to the meat then stuff the mushrooms.  Bake in oven for about 12-15 minutes.
 
2019-04-10 10:02:01 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: theDesertHamster: no1curr: I read that headline as "the mohel the merrier"

A merry Mohel would be a fun guy, no?

I hear they're a bit thin skinned.


Just don't ever buy gribenes from that guy.

/so chewy
 
2019-04-10 10:07:50 AM  

Munden: sausage stuffed mushrooms are easy and a hit at parties

start with button mushrooms, remove the stem

brown sausage meat, drain. Add bread crumbs, parma cheese, garlic, parsley to the meat then stuff the mushrooms.  Bake in oven for about 12-15 minutes.


Will try that
 
2019-04-10 11:00:44 AM  

theDesertHamster: Trump


DRINK!
 
2019-04-10 11:28:10 AM  

vudukungfu: clean them well, get all the centipedes out.
Slice in half lengthwise.
Freeze on sheet of waxed paper.
Place frozen on waxed paper in dehydrator.
Place dried in coffee grinder just for these morels.
Place dried powdered morel flavoring agent in freezer until ready to sprinkle on soups, in sauces, or on chicken.


I think you meant parchment not waxed
 
2019-04-10 11:33:30 AM  

abhorrent1: theDesertHamster: Trump

DRINK!


Have you seen this timeline? Drinking is an almost permanent state.
 
2019-04-10 11:44:38 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: Saute in butter, with some slivered shallots if you must, salt & pepper, deglaze with a little sherry.  Serve over steak, chicken, pork, tofu, rice, noodles, or just eat them like that.


That sounds really good.  Would have also accepted "Saute in butter...just eat them like that".
 
2019-04-10 12:32:13 PM  
What's the moral of this thread?
 
2019-04-10 01:53:00 PM  
I have used morels in this. Tasted heavenly, and the mushroom and wine reduction was farking awesome:

Ingredients
Ancho Chile Mushroom Sauce:
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 medium red onion, finely diced
1 tablespoon finely chopped garlic
2 cups red wine
1/2 pound shiatake mushrooms, stems removed and caps sliced 1/4-inch thick
1/2 pound crimini mushrooms, stems removed and caps sliced 1/4-inch thick
1/2 pound portobello mushrooms, stems removed and caps slice 1/4-inch thick
3 cups chicken stock
1/2 cup ancho puree
2 tablespoons chipotle puree
2 tablespoons honey
Salt and freshly ground pepper
Red Chile Crusted Steak:
2 tablespoons New Mexico red chile powder
1/4 teaspoon chile de arbol powder
1/2 teaspoon pasilla chile powder
1 tablespoon cracked black peppercorns
1 tablespoon brown sugar
Kosher salt
4 filet mignons, 1- to 1 1/2-inches thick


Directions
Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium high heat, add the onion and garlic and cook for 3 minutes. Raise the heat to high, add the wine and cook until dry. Reduce the heat to medium, add the mushrooms, cook until lightly browned and soft, and add the stock. Raise the heat to high and bring the mixture to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium and simmer for 15 minutes.
Whisk in the ancho puree and chipotle and cook for 5 minutes more. Add the honey and salt and pepper to taste.
Red Chile Crusted Steak:
Combine all the ingredients together in a medium bowl. Brush a large saute pan or grill pan with oil and heat over high heat until almost smoking. Dredge each steak on 1 side in the pepper mixture and cook, pepper-side down for 1 minute, or until brown and crisp. Turn the meat over, reduce the heat to medium, and cook for 3 to 4 minutes more, until done to your liking.
Serve with the Ancho Chile Mushroom Sauce.
 
2019-04-10 03:12:51 PM  

chitownmike: vudukungfu: clean them well, get all the centipedes out.
Slice in half lengthwise.
Freeze on sheet of waxed paper.
Place frozen on waxed paper in dehydrator.
Place dried in coffee grinder just for these morels.
Place dried powdered morel flavoring agent in freezer until ready to sprinkle on soups, in sauces, or on chicken.

I think you meant parchment not waxed


Waxed for the freezer, parchment for the oven or steamer.
 
2019-04-10 03:35:48 PM  
 
2019-04-10 04:34:49 PM  
It's not just what you make with them it's where you find them.

Being from ontario--it's also smelt season!
 
2019-04-10 04:57:44 PM  
Seems most shroomers I've talked to in the midwest just batter/flour dredge and fry them in oil; not really my thing.

I prefer to saute them with asparagus or add them to a penne shrimp dish.
 
2019-04-10 06:54:37 PM  
I just made Pressure Luck's Instant Pot Mushroom Risotto the other night and it turned out amazing - even without the Truffle oil suggested.
 
2019-04-10 09:45:01 PM  
I had a morel and foie gras risotto at a restaurant in Miami 10 years ago and it's one of the best things i ever ate

I've wanted to try recreating it  but haven't really dared
 
2019-04-10 11:53:41 PM  

vudukungfu: clean them well, get all the centipedes out.
Slice in half lengthwise.
Freeze on sheet of waxed paper.
Place frozen on waxed paper in dehydrator.
Place dried in coffee grinder just for these morels.
Place dried powdered morel flavoring agent in freezer until ready to sprinkle on soups, in sauces, or on chicken.


Ohh...I like that...I love the flavor..but they can be a bit much as a single item..
 
2019-04-11 04:17:22 AM  

fehk: I had a morel and foie gras risotto at a restaurant in Miami 10 years ago and it's one of the best things i ever ate

I've wanted to try recreating it  but haven't really dared


How was the foie gras incorporated in it?  Chunks? Just the fat?
 
2019-04-11 02:39:08 PM  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: fehk: I had a morel and foie gras risotto at a restaurant in Miami 10 years ago and it's one of the best things i ever ate

I've wanted to try recreating it  but haven't really dared

How was the foie gras incorporated in it?  Chunks? Just the fat?


There was a quarter inch slice of it on top the size of a playing card, but can't remember if there was some cooked into the rice also, i think yeah
 
2019-04-11 02:43:01 PM  

fehk: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: fehk: I had a morel and foie gras risotto at a restaurant in Miami 10 years ago and it's one of the best things i ever ate

I've wanted to try recreating it  but haven't really dared

How was the foie gras incorporated in it?  Chunks? Just the fat?

There was a quarter inch slice of it on top the size of a playing card, but can't remember if there was some cooked into the rice also, i think yeah


And then there were 2-3 good sized whole morels in the rice
 
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