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    There's a morel to this story

    We're just getting started!!!
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    Made my mouth water!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great haul!!!!!
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    AAaahhhhh morel season we are about 3 weeks or so out yet so THANKS FOR THE TEASE

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    I gotta move to where those grow
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    Brings back memories of mushroom hunting with my dad as a kid!

    I haven't had a morel in, well, probably since those days but I can still taste them...

    Very Cool!
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    Neighbors have been coming in and getting all they want. They like them, I don't. Seems we have a bumper crop this year.
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    As the teacher used to say...if you failed to bring enough for everyone, put it away.
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    They hunt for these things all over this state. I've seen them growing in the flower beds around here from the mulch that they got from somewhere. Must have had the spoors from the original location.

    I've never had one, but hear that they are very good.

    How do you cook them?
    That's not even a smile! That's just a bunch of teeth playing with my mind!

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    Dipped in egg wash rolled in cracker crumbs and fried in butter.........LOTS of butter!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    As the teacher used to say...if you failed to bring enough for everyone, put it away.



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