Chlorophyllum molybdites has a white cap with tan/buff scales and is usually found growing in large groups.
If you collect Missouri mushrooms to eat, you should become familiar with the three most dangerous groups: amanitas, the false morels and a catchall category called little brown mushrooms (LBMs).
Use this video to learn how to hunt morel mushrooms.
This video provides a great morel stuffing recipe to go with your main turkey dish.
Add to the savor of a freshly grilled steak or chop—garnish it with fresh chanterelle mushrooms!
Enhance the experience of fresh chanterelle mushrooms by frying them a beautiful golden brown!
What's better than an omelet for breakfast? One made with fresh chanterelles!
Learn how to move vegetable soup up a notch or two just by adding chantarelle or morel mushrooms.
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