Happy Earth Day to Gaia!

By: dragonflyF15 , 6:40 PM GMT on April 20, 2010

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Anybody having luck this year? Lilacs are in bloom, but everything is a bit out of whack and we are back to cool weather. Waiting for a good rain and warmer nights and hopefully will find some popping out soon!

I had some at a wine dinner recently, bought from Arkansas, with some port wine sauce that was just absolutely delicious!
Anybody got some Morel recipes to share?

I can only hope to get this lucky!

Happy Earth Day ya'll!

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9. seflagamma
8:54 PM GMT on May 01, 2010
Hello DF,

It is Saturday, it is the Weekend!
Hope you get to enjoy and relax,


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8. hunu
3:07 PM GMT on May 01, 2010
Don't forget to get your best guesses in for Otherbug's contests before the deadline tomorrow! Details and a new clue are on hunu's blog - and here's a pic of the prizes!

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7. seflagamma
4:37 PM GMT on April 24, 2010
Hello DF,

I agree, Wine is pretty good with just about anything or even alone!

Enjoy your weekend!!!

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6. GardenGrrl
5:10 AM GMT on April 23, 2010
Happy Earth Day!
I have filled the bird feeders and am re-using those big plastic bags the seed came in for yard work instead of buying more plastic bags.
Lilacs! Oh I miss lilacs. So pretty and fragrant.
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4. dragonflyF15
3:32 PM GMT on April 21, 2010
Way:That's where I went for the mushroom/wine dinner. I didn't see any out there either, but I didn't look for more than maybe an hour while out for a walk :)

Spathy: Mushrooms and wine, indeed. Or chocolate and wine. Or cheese and wine. Or really anything with wine :)

Shore: I would guess that Tx is too dry too, excuse for a road trip to Southern Mo or Illinois. Butter, salt and pepper and frying up sounds yummie too :)

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3. shoreacres
12:14 PM GMT on April 21, 2010
One of the true delicacies of spring! We used to hunt them every year, sometimes with luck, sometimes not. And we certainly never came home with a truckload!

But they were delicious - I haven't had one in years. No morels in Texas, I don't believe. At least, I've never heard of them. Not damp, cool and woodsy enough, I suppose.

I don't have any recipes, either. It was strictly dredge in flour, salt and pepper and fry up in real butter in our house. Oh, I can almost taste them, even now!
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