Mushrooms!Mushrooms!Mushrooms!

Discussion in 'Cookbook Reviews' started by chef david simpson, Sep 28, 2000.

  1. chef david simpson

    chef david simpson

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    I just got back from the bookstore with some really cool books. one is "The Great Encyclopedia of Mushrooms"English edition, very insightful book. And the other is"Exotic
    Ethiopian Cooking". Its a revised extented
    edition on the society, culture, hospitality,
    & traditions of Ethiopia, very cool.
    There was this other book there titled
    "Organic Gardening" by Crow and Elizabeth Miller. Wanted it but I only have two weeks for vacation so I passed. What's some other good books? I've been really busy for two years straight.


    Bye.

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  2. shroomgirl

    shroomgirl

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    Woooow got my attention! what a title
    So good pics and recipes?
    And are they wild or cultivate wild wannabees.
     
  3. chef david simpson

    chef david simpson

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    To sroomgirl,
    no there are no recipes. Just alot of mushrooms. It's a mushroom hunters dream.
    To identify over 500 species. it tells you
    what kind are poisonous, deadly and what kinds is edible. very very cool!!, and only 20 bucks too.

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  4. shroomgirl

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    Yep~ hard to find books with REAL recipes with Real wild Shrooms.....liability problems maybe?
     
  5. chef david simpson

    chef david simpson

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    there is a book with some good recipes. it's
    titled simply "The Mushroom Book" It has all
    wild mushrooms none are cultivated(Real!!!). It came out about 96 or so.


    Bye for now

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