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March updates us with new store hours, fresh locally sourced mushroom cultures, and neat glass mushroom charms.

Spring is coming! We've seen the snow melt, the rains are here, and soon we should glimpse the first signs of morel mushrooms. The season brings some other changes for us as well. To start, we're modifying our weekday hours. Beginning this week, our Knoxville showroom and phone ordering support will be open and available [...]

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Cathy's Lab: Mushroom meatballs

While writing the blog "Shiitake the other White Meat" I became inspired to use mushrooms and veggies not only as an enhancer of meat flavors but also a as tasty meat like filler in meatballs. The mushrooms and veggies give these meatballs a light texture while boosting the flavor. I used Italian [...]

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Cathy's Lab: Sweet potato souffle with candy cap mushrooms. (gluten free and vegetarian)

If you want a conversation starter at your holiday table, candy caps are a perfect addition to the menu. The dried mushrooms smell to some, like earthy maple syrup, but to others more like slightly spicy burnt sugar or butterscotch. When baked in a recipe that includes sugar they can taste like maple syrup or vanilla. Pop [...]

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Chicken and Biscuits, a late summer mushroom breakfast

The Appalachian summer provides several delicious and easy-to-identify mushrooms for the amateur forager to learn about. Probably the most sought after of the summer mushrooms — Laetiporus sulphureus, known as Chicken of the Woods, is especially valued by chefs and culinaires because of its uncanny chicken texture and flavor. To celebrate this beautiful abundance from [...]

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Gnocchi with Grilled Scallops and Chanterelles

Jessica's Kitchen Culture - kitchen kung-fu for your fungi. - Jessica Hammonds' love for cooking stems from her even greater love, eating.  When not supervising grow house activities at Everything Mushrooms, she spends her time catering for clients around town as head bbqnista at Organicism Farms and Foods and chef-collaborator in the Moveable Feast Supper Club. Her experience [...]

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Introducing Culture Club with a Kiki on Kombucha, and check out new inexpensive "Cathy's Choice" culture syringes.

It's no lie, we've a fun place to work and explore new things. While a lot of our work can be smelly, shroomy, and sometimes slimy and gross... much of what we do involves investigating new ways to educate our customers and clients about the products we make and the mushrooms we promote. As part [...]

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Cathy's Lab: Shiitake the other white meat.

Cathy's Lab - a slice of science pie for the mushroom minded - Cathy Scott is Chief Science Officer at Everything Mushrooms; she handles all the mycelium! Cathy is also a tremendous cook and dedicated fungal fanatic. This little slice of our web space is dedicated to Cathy's experiments, recipies, and mushroom musings. Be sure to [...]

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Morel madness, more workshop updates, a new affiliate program, and fancy fungi things.

It's morel season! The blacks have been up for a few weeks now, with foragers picking them all along the Tennessee Valley. We're just now starting to see the first of the yellows. The season appears to be pretty vigorous, and we're getting some mushrooms in from foragers to sell locally. If you are in [...]

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Dr. Whitey joins the team, Cathy has some pointers for pouring petri dishes, local Farmers' Market, and bargain mushroom kits.

It's impossible to express how excited we are to have Dr. Whitey Hitchcock joining the team at Everything Mushrooms. Folks in our area will recognize Whitey from his time at the  Market Square Farmers' Market, selling locally foraged wild mushrooms. Whitey knows mushrooms and has the drive to learn more about them and teach others... it [...]

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We've updated the spring workshop calendar, yummy lasagna from Jessica's Kitchen, and fun new Bear's Head Tooth kits.

Although it's hard to believe, spring is on the way. We've seen our share of low temps this winter, but not nearly as bad as some of you out there. We're staying positive, because before you know it we'll be kicking around in the woods looking for morels and this crappy winter will be an [...]

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