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    I've been keeping an eye out for chanterelles ever since Jim Fowler posted the photos of his delectible haul:
    So far I've only found them in photographic (rather than gastronomic) quantities, such as this specimen and its lilliputian clone. It's a Red Chanterelle (Cantherellus cinnabarinus) I reckon, and Sally pointed it out to me along Cedar Rock Trail at Stone Mountain SP, NC.

    1. jimf_29605 20 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the "plug". This is not quite a meal, but it is a good start... ;-))

    2. mizzbee 20 months ago | reply

      Save some for me, please!

    3. Bella Rosina Jewelry 20 months ago | reply

      This is so cool! Nice bokeh too!

    4. Morning is here 20 months ago | reply

      You have a chanterelle fan here. This is an inspiring culinary shroom.

    5. glenn turner 20 months ago | reply

      Wonderful macro shot, great composition and focus!!

    6. James___UK 20 months ago | reply

      Why did the mushrooms get invited to the party?

      Because they're real fungis!

    7. mudder_bbc 20 months ago | reply

      Wow! That's a chanterelle? It's gorgeous (& nicely photographed, too!)! I've had one morel in my backyard. Quite the surprise!


    8. John Petranka 20 months ago | reply

      I think that the more commonly eaten chanterelles are larger and yellowish. See the link to Jim Fowler's page for photos in the kitchen. Oooh, nice morel ...maybe next year will be the big year?:-)

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