MID SUMMER FORAGING WITH PUCK'S PLENTY
|WHERE||96 Birmingham Street, Stratford Map|
|WHEN||Jul 15/17 10:00 AM - Jul 15/17 1:00 PM|
The Oyster Mushroom They began appearing in late June and will continue until the early months of Autumn. This, in itself, is a gift from Nature as these are one of the best tasting of wild mushrooms. With a hint of sweetness along with their near perfect tenderness, they fit perfectly into a myriad of recipes. Highly sought after by chefs worldwide, they are quite numerous right here in southwestern Ontario. We will be collecting these along with other fine fungi like the ash bolete, the pheasant back, and the gem studded. We will also gather such wild plants as lambs quarters, pineapple weed, wild watercress and more. Take the bounty that Nature has to offer back to your kitchens and let your culinary imagination take wing . . . how's that for purple prose? Join us on beautiful trails only 20 minutes from Stratford and learn the ancient art of foraging.