These Cèpes come from our own land. Three Boletus Aereus on plate, and one Boletus Edulis.
Usually I find my mushrooms elsewhere, but this is the first year we've harvested our own Cèpes from beneath our 'Royal Oak'.
And here they are converted into an omelette, which we have now consumed.
Possibly one of the best ever!
Is that the same knife you used to open your box of mothballs? One wouldn't want one's mushrooms smelling of mothballs.ReplyDelete
It's my 'eating knife'. A stainless No 9 Opinel. I've just found another beautiful Cèpe that I missed earlier this morning.Delete
Homegrown mushrooms. The perfect lunchReplyDelete
It was; we've just eaten them.Delete
Perhaps you have truffles on your land too, better teach Billy to sniff them out.ReplyDelete
We were very surprised to find these under our big Oak. No looking back now!Delete
I love wild mushrooms but have never seen or eaten cepes Cro - even in the photograph they look scrumptious.ReplyDelete
These are the best. They were amazing.Delete
Mushroom omelette with a good proportion of cheese is always enjoyed. Your omelette looks superb.ReplyDelete
Even Lady M said it was probably the best Cepe omelette she'd ever had!Delete
Yum ! Simple and yet oh so delicious. I love food !!!! XXXXReplyDelete
And all home-grown too.Delete
I have never eaten a wild mushroom. Can you imagine that? I don't know if edible mushrooms even grow around here.ReplyDelete
Your area might be too hot-n-dry for mushrooms. I do know that Cepes grow in the USA somewhere, but I read that they have a slightly different flavour. I gleaned that from an in-flight magazine!Delete
I'm not hugely fond of mushrooms, but that does look delicious.ReplyDelete
Cepes are quite exceptional; you might find you like them!Delete