Brought in for the Sept. 27, 2010 identification table of the Oregon Mycological Society. Guest Jack Czarnecki (author, “A Cook’s Book of Mushrooms”), mentioned having put several cleaned and chopped Lobster Mushrooms into a pot for slow cooking, and going upstairs, then suddenly realizing the house smelled of lobster. Gave OMS members a quick and easy recipe for Faux Lobster Bisque.

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Recognized by sight: Growing on Russula brevipes, which was also displayed on the identification table. Young specimen with excellent aroma.

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