Day 26 and 27 Laying low in Whitehorse


Not an exciting two days

Worked on the blog, collected wild mushrooms

and slept

 

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The nicest private campground I stayed in Canada. It had all the amenities, was rustic but tidy and the sites weren’t too crowed together and surrounded by trees. It even had a book exchange.

 Shaggy Mane

Remember the Shaggy Mane mushrooms I found earlier?  Well, I found a whole crop coming up along a path near the campground.  This is the best time to pick them, before they open up. Even at this stage if they sit for two long they turn to a puddle of black goo.

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Since I can’t use them all at once I parboiled them and will store them in the freezer.

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But i’m making an omelet out of some of them

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It’s not a puffer fish

Final product… I never said I was a culinary genius…..

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Poodles get their own treat.  I picked up some raw meaty bones and they’re digg’n it

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Crashed at the end of the day … chewing bones is hard work

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2 thoughts on “Day 26 and 27 Laying low in Whitehorse

    • Joanne Wike says:

      Your omelet looks tasty. I enjoyed my front yard stash of shaggy manes before moving here. A tip from an old French grandfather (not mine) says to quickly saute’ mushrooms with a little onion and sherry before freezing. It helps keep their integrity.
      Someone lavishes love on that campground!

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