One of the most expensive culinary mushrooms ($37/lb), Matsutake can be picked right from BC forests. Chef Robin gives you some tips on where to find them and what they look like.
Ramps, fennel, cauliflower, smoked red peppers… pickles are the best! Here is Chef Robin’s recipe.
How to find one of the coolest mushrooms in BC? Lobster mushrooms, they do smell like seafood!
So you wanna hunt for chanterelles? Rule #1 – Learn to identify BC poisonous mushrooms first! Tips to keep you safe and let you have some fun without worrying about the wilds.
Searching desperately for some wild King Bolete (Porcini) mushrooms in BC? Here are some tips to help your hunt…
A simple identification key for chanterelles with useful tips on where/when to find them in BC and how to cook them by Chef Robin.
Trying to figure out if you are holding an edible giant horse mushroom or its poisonous friend? Find out what colour it’s spores are by using this simple, fun technique.
Where do you find chanterelles in BC? Wild mushroom foraging in BC is easier than you’d think. Here are a few tips on how to start.
This is the recipe that everyone asks for at the end of one of our mushroom tours. You can use wild or store bought mushrooms in it. Make it and you will make many friends.
I’m getting bored of salmon, so I decided to smoke one of my favourite white fish. Sablefish(Black Cod) has a nice amount of fat in it and it’s silky texture really stands up to smoking well. I serve this with a wedge of lime to squeeze over it and cut the richness. Here’s the cedar […]