Autumn is a magnificent time of year here in Chester County.
The sun still feels warm, but it’s getting cooler in the shade. Maples, oaks, and hickories turn vibrant hues to the ever-present calling of geese flying south. Late summer produce gives way to gourds, pumpkins, and chrysanthemums. Of course, a wide variety of fresh white, brown, and exotic mushrooms are readily available as our houses move into a season of peak production.
To be sure, there are still a couple of good barbecues left, but the crisper air inspires us to head back into the kitchen—to the stove, the oven, and the slow-cooker. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and while we look forward to making old favorites, it’s a great time to discover new ones. There are so many ways mushrooms can enhance your feast–as appetizers, in stuffings and gravies, a savory side-dish, even a main course for an alternative to the traditional turkey.
Do you have a favorite mushroom recipe for autumn, or for your Thanksgiving table? Please share it with us!
A hearty classic made simply delicious--perfect for cool weather, this soup is easy to adapt with your favorite mushrooms and herbs! Ingredients • 2 Tablespoons Butter • 1 cup Chopped Onion • 2 cloves Minced [...]
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During the holidays, a spectacular side dish can easily steal the show from the main event. The girls from We Are Not Martha combined brussels sprouts, bacon and mushrooms in a recipe that is sure [...]