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Why Wild Mushrooms can be so Handy in the Kitchen

Why Wild Mushrooms can be so Handy in the Kitchen

There are so many beautiful varieties of wild mushrooms to use in your cooking - the times of sticking to ordinary button mushrooms are long gone! At Fine Food Specialist we work with the very best suppliers to source the finest quality wild mushrooms to add to our extensive range. From spring varieties such as morels, through to autumnal yellow leg chanterelles, you are sure to find the perfect wild mushrooms for your recipe.

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Enjoy the simple beauty of Porcini Mushrooms

Enjoy the simple beauty of Porcini Mushrooms

Porcini mushrooms are highly regarded in the food world, especially in French and Italian cuisine. Food connoisseurs around the world extol this mushroom for its incredible flavour and texture. Porcini means ‘little pigs’ in Italian but is also known as king bolete, or ceps in France. The formal name is boletus edulis and in England, they are called penny buns because the tops resemble crusty bread rolls. Their brown caps can range in size from one inch to up to a foot and they have thick white stalks.

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New Year’s Eve Canapé and Snack Ideas