I started making mushroom ravioli many years ago, when I began seriously hunting mushrooms. These little parcels of love pack a ton of flavor, and are best served simply, with an herb or two, maybe some additional fresh mushrooms, and lots of butter or good olive oil. You’ll notice the pasta is brown. That’s because
Basically this is a paella that hinges on mushrooms, with pork and paprika playing harmony. Wild mushrooms like porcini are best, but whatever you have will do.
A simple mushroom stir fry recipe from Yunnan, China: Dry fried mushrooms with ginger, scallions and chiles.
This is a classic French mushroom sauce for steak based off a Julia Child recipe. Try it on your next venison steak.
Grilled mushrooms are a great way to move what’s normally a cold weather ingredient outdoors. This recipe works with any meaty mushroom.
Porcini powder is a powerful way to add savory flavors to whatever it is you are cooking. Here’s how to make it at home.
When I had Chef April Bloomfield’s ricotta gnudi in New York at the James Beard Awards, and I had to recreate them, only with my own twist: A sauce of ramps and fresh porcini I found in the High Sierra.
Marinated mushrooms are a staple on any antipasti plate, and if you can get porcini, which are popping in the Rockies now, so much the better. Here’s how to do the technique the Italians call sott’olio.