Morels Frying (Spring agriculture ). Photo by BettyFrance
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Morels Frying

Uploaded by: BettyFrance

Sunday May 25, 2014

Stoughton, WI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Waiting for this every year. Cooking on the deck to drive the neighbors crazy. If you haven't tasted morels yet, put it on your bucket list..

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4. backwardguy
3:16 AM GMT on May 26, 2014
Mmmmm! We used to find them in cedar groves when I was a boy in NW Montana. I can still smell them! Great shot, Betty!
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3. katy99780
10:46 PM GMT on May 25, 2014
WAY! Buyers come from all over the world to scout each year's previous wildfire burn, locals go out and pick by the bushel. You can make pretty good wages for about a week (and then, sadly, all the morels disappear) if you are so inclined.

Buyers set up rows and rows of racks and dry them in the sun and then vacuum-bag them, and ship all over the planet.

I just pick for myself, and give away as gifts, if I'm lucky enough to get to a good burn area. I LOVE morels, the finest detritivore on the planet!
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2. BettyFrance
10:26 PM GMT on May 25, 2014
You had better hurry. It's 5:25 and I'm finishing them off at supper.  THEY GROW IN AK????? No way.
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1. katy99780
9:54 PM GMT on May 25, 2014
Okay, that's it! I'm coming right over!

Ours won't be blooming until last week in June, can't wait! They really flourish in year-old wildfire burns, so we always have good places to pick.
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BettyFrance

I am a great grandmother and a retired photographer, at least retired from the road, not retired from the camera. I live in Wisconsin and love it here. Photography has changed my life and given me so much. Create your own visitor map!

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