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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:35 pm    Post subject: Look at the Size of this Mushroom Reply with quote

Have a look at the size of this mushroom my cousin found the other day.
What a whopper.
He was going to fry it up and eat it that night.
I haven't heard from him since...... Rolling Eyes




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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 10:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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He was going to fry it up and eat it that night.


Does he have a pan that big Shocked Personally I don't think it would be very nice, then again it's bound to taste better that those insipid examples you get in the supermarket. I remember when I was very young for one summer there was an abundance of mushrooms growing on my parents land. They were so tasty compared to what you get now in the supermarket. I've often wondered, is it a difference in varieties? Certainly this is the case with supermarket tomatoes and strawberries.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 2:57 pm    Post subject: "On the bowl" Reply with quote

Well cousin that mushroom was spot on. Actually had it for (breakfeast in an omlette) set me up nicely too. It was realy taste but a bit greasey. It is the patriarch of all the mushrooms found this year although there were some contenders. Now to find a magic one that big LOL Twisted Evil . It was found on an area of land that remains untouched by chemical fertiliser or any chemicals etc. Amazing what mother nature can do all by herself. Well cousin I hope your glad I'm finally on board. Boost your little experiment a little further ehh. For those of you who dont know me I am the protege I learned from the best isnt that right cousin Razz . PS: I SHOULD HAVE BEEN A HAND MODEL...........
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