Mushroomaholic? Yes please. I’m an absolute mushroom lover from both a visual and a taste stance. I still enjoy walks in the woods looking for tasty morels. (it wasn’t long before I cooked and ate the one you see above) I come from a family/culture that appreciates the earth and that mushrooms are possibly the tastiest gift of all. If you happen to spot some mushrooms along your trails, please post your own mushroom photos and collections for the MUSHROOM GALLERY (coming soon!).

Enjoy these vintage Moonlight Mushroom scans about a mushroom garden in Pennsylvania for some smiles and recipes. What a cute thrift store score!

100% moonlight

moonlight mushrooms

hors d'oeuvre


Remember never to eat a mushroom you have found in the wild unless you are experienced in mushroom identification!

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About Amber Renée

Artist & designer that has a madmad obsession with whimsy and color.

5 Thoughts on “The Mushroom Forest Tales and Recipes

  1. LOL, when I was a kid my family and I were looking for morels and I got lost in the woods with my grandma! And I’m talking like northern Michigan woods with bears. Morels look so cool! Love that photo!

  2. Wendy and I found this little one on a stroll in the city, she took this photo of me holding him. :eek:

  3. My hubby took this in warcraft, I absolutely adore it!

    dancing with dew

    :eek: :eek: :eek:

  4. kimi on 01/15/2009 at 6:00 am said:

    woahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh that wow picture is radddddddddddd!!!!!!!!! :mrgreen:

  5. Pingback: mushroom identification

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