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There is something marvelous about the famous "pine mushroom," the matsutake. Their enticing, spicy aroma & flavor are absolutely unique.
Hibiscus is best known as a plant with beautiful blossoms, but the dried flowers also brew a wonderfully delicious herbal tea - and so much more.
Spring rolls are a classic in Southeast Asian cuisines. This light & lively version is not fried, but is wrapped in a thin sheet of rice paper.
Smokin' Hot Yuzu PAO Hot Wings
Rustic Wild Mushroom Tart with Chanterelle Mushrooms
Did you know that the sinus-searing green paste that most people know as “wasabi” is not wasabi at all?
Quick Pickled Fiddlehead Ferns - You'll love the freshness and crunch of this quick & easy to make wild woodland delicacy.
The creamy texture and gentle flavor of soft scrambled eggs matches well with pungent wild ramps and rich, savory smoked salmon.
Turnip Kimchi: Mention Korean cuisine and most people immediately think of kimchi.
Red cooked pork with chestnuts, cooked using a classic Chinese slow braising technique with soy sauce and sweet aromatic spices.
While there are literally thousands of interesting ways to prepare chestnuts, one of the easiest is to roast them.
The spicy flavor & aroma of wild Matsutake mushrooms, reminiscent of pine & cinnamon, makes them perfect for this stuffed mushroom recipe.
Fresh trout, filled with fresh herbs, then grilled over mesquite
Summer truffles have a mild, mushroomy taste that can be most fully appreciated when they are paired with a few simple ingredients.
Fava and Wild Mushroom Crostini: Fava beans and wild mushrooms are the perfect combination of field and forest, both delicately sweet and robustly earthy at the same time.
Cool Summer Seafood Cocktail, Two Ways - Mexican or Thai Style
Chanterelle mushrooms and fresh-picked green beans, topped with toasted hazelnuts.
Rice pudding is the very definition of ‘comfort food.’ It really doesn’t get any more basic than this. The pudding itself is made of only 5 ingredients.
Not only do the tiny jet-black lentils resemble beluga caviar in appearance, they also possess a warm, nutty flavor that is not unlike that of their namesake.
Nothing says “Country Breakfast” like fresh, hot buttermilk biscuits with ramps.
Grilled Flank Steak Korean style wrapped in lettuce leaves.
Salmon with Sea Beans and Soba Noodles in Lobster-Saffron Broth