Yellow Morel (Morchella esculenta)
The Yellow Morel (and it's relatives) are some of the most highly sought-after specimens of the world of mushrooms. Some of the first species to appear in the Spring, these superb edibles are a welcome gift of nature, especially after a long Winter. A quick dusting of flour gives these little gems an addicting crispiness when sauteed in a little butter or oil.
Dryad's Saddle (Polyporus squamosus)
Also known as Pheasant Back, this not-so-highly-sought-after mushroom is often abundant in the spring, and can be found growing on hardwood stumps or logs. It has a flavor and texture reminiscent of watermellon rind, and makes a great condiment when pickled.
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Reishi Mushrooms (Ganoderma lucidum) growing from an Oak in Asheville, North Carolina
Scarlet Cup (Sarcoscypha coccinea) growing in Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina
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Found in West Branch State Park, Ravenna, Ohio
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