Groceries Go Pink! Everyday Mama has THE list of groceries that celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. She encourages everyone to feel good about their purchases this week by branching out and picking up some pink products. Find some ideas for food and household items including mushrooms!
Easy Chicken Mushroom Quesadillas For someone who doesn’t care for mushrooms very much, Mary Ann from Meet Me in the Kitchen sure has a delicious way to eat them. This is a great recipe for those like Mary Ann who prefer mushrooms thrown together with a little something. But if that’s not enough to convince you, the word “easy” in the title should!
Mushrooms for Autumn: Cremini, porcini and portobello add pizzazz to menu Rita Simonetta knows mushrooms are just one of those staple items that shows up in dishes everywhere. In honor of autumn, she’s brought us a news way to add a little pizzazz to dishes with three very yummy types of mushrooms. You’ll also find tips on washing and using them in a variety of combinations.
Poison Mushroom Alert issued after Newton Incident At the Mushroom Channel we stand behind commercially grown mushrooms. We hope our readers enjoy them as much as we do, especially the pink tilled mushrooms in stores this month. However, sometimes it takes the Boston Herald to say “Mushrooms should be harvested in the supermarket” for everyone to stay safe while eating mushrooms.
Mushrooms, Water-Repellants More Similar Than You Think Sometimes we read some unfriendly comments about our favorite fungi and how it’s grown. While the ways in which a mushroom is grown may not interest you, this new discovery about mushrooms may. Mushrooms now have a new claim to fame aside from being a super-food packing Vitamin D-water droplets “jump” from the surface of mushrooms. Don’t believe us? Watch the video from Duke University.
Mushroom Festival Brings Crowds to the City A few weeks back we tweeted (@mushroomchannel) about a mushroom festival happening in Madisonville, the “mushroom capital” of Texas. For those of you who were able to make it out, we’re jealous. The Madisonville Meteor reports on the success of the festival at which crowds grow every year with a video recap.