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TOPIC: How do you cook morrell's ?

Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9312

TN,
A so called \"Black\" morel spot is something that most morel hunters cherish. These spots usually produce from year to year and will continue to produce early for a while each year. I would venture to say if you get some rain you will be good to go next weekend. Blacks grow fast and dry out fast if there is no moisture. I would say if it gets dry there I would go out Wed or Thursday of this week. If it rains mid week I would wait till Saturday. If your soil is really wet you may be good to go regardless, but I would have a hard time waiting till Saturday.lol
Good luck,
Latt

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9318

Thanks Latt !

It has been dry here for 3-4 days but is supposed to rain tonight.

It is thundering outside now so looks like it will.

I will try to check that spot again towards the end of this week or over the weekend.

TNhunter

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9319

Hey Guys,

This weekend while out looking for morrells I took a few other nice pics that show how far spring has come here in the Middle TN woods...

Check out this nice waterfall which is out back and the left hand hillside (north facing) is just covered in trillium.

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9320

here is a up close shot of some of that trillium and wildflowers..

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9321

I found some new shoots of maidenhair fern too..

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9322

and some big patches of mayapple..

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9323

and one more pic of some kind of shroom ( I guess ) growing out of a hole in a tree.



PS - I checked several places where there is some wild seng and did not see any wild seng tops up yet.

But now those tops that are up in my seed producing bed are wild roots. Seems odd to me that there would be so many of them up, but none of the wild in my woods is up. I guess it could be because they are in a raised/cultivated bed and up higher on the hill than most of the wild seng spots I have been checking.

TNhunter
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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9324

Found some morrells today by some dead elms.
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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9327

TNhunter

Nice spring pics!

Especially the one of the Trillium. Now that's a beautiful photogragh!

Thanks,
classicfur

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Re:How do you cook morrell's ? 6 years 7 months ago #9328

TN,
Nice pics! That mushroom on the tree is a Dryad Saddle (Pheasant Back). Edible and some people like them. They smell like watermelon rinds. They are just OK in my book.

Lenno,
Those are some nice looking morels.
Latt

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