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Old 07-19-2013, 05:28 AM   #11
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Thank you everyone for your great suggestions,As usual you never disappoint I'm going use
some as taxlady suggests and dry the rest.
Merci bien everyone
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Old 07-19-2013, 04:46 PM   #12
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1. Beef Stroganoff
2. Tomato sauce with mushooms
3. Any Roast beef preperation, cooked with mushrooms.
4. Mushroom stuffed chicken breast
5. Mushroom stuffed pork (or beef) tenderloin
6. Grilled with olive oil, then frozen
7. marinated with olives for salads
6. Finely diced, then sauteed in butter for dressings and stuffings
7. mushroom-compound butter
8. mushroom relish
9. dirty rice with diced beef or chicken
10. mushroom stuffed beef heart
11. Mushroom ice cream (ooh, wait, you need candy cap mushrooms for that.)
12. Chili con Champiñón
13. Mushroom Risoto
14. Chow Mein with Mushrooms
15. mushroom lasagna
16. Mushroom stuffed whole trout
17. Dried and ground to powder
18. Tomato/Mushroom Aspic
19. Buffalo Mushrooms
20. Mushroom Omelet

If you ever don't know what to do with mushrooms, this list can help. If it's not enough, let me know. I can come up with many more mushroom recipes.

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Old 07-19-2013, 04:55 PM   #13
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This thread reminds me of Maryanne Esposito. (Ciao Italian) She was in Italy and bought a whole box of mushrooms. She put them in her trunk. The next day when she went to get them to cook and use them up, they were almost gone. In there place was just worms having a feast.
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Old 07-20-2013, 03:02 AM   #14
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Thanks Chief,
I've cut and pasted your selection for next time as there is often a good deal to be had locally for mushrooms
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I know you already got a lot of great answers and have solved your problem, but I have to post this anyway. (in case anyone searches or comes across this thread later )

Mushroom "pate" is a delicious way to use excess mushrooms. It is so yummy on toast or stuffing into things (hard boiled egg hollows, ravioli, etc.) Great for vegetarians AND non vegetarians alike.

http://livinginthekitchenwithpuppies...room-pate.html
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Old 07-21-2013, 06:29 AM   #16
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Grumblebee,
How GOOD is that?
Thank you for another excellent suggestion. I love mushrooms so it has been really helpful to get new ideas instead of sticking to the old and tested. Bye the way everyone, as we are experiencing 32c days here at the moment, my 'dried' mushrooms are well and truly dried!! I can feel a mushroom Lasagne coming on any day now or maybe a ..........................Hmmm, Decisions, Decisions
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I know you already got a lot of great answers and have solved your problem, but I have to post this anyway. (in case anyone searches or comes across this thread later )

Mushroom "pate" is a delicious way to use excess mushrooms. It is so yummy on toast or stuffing into things (hard boiled egg hollows, ravioli, etc.) Great for vegetarians AND non vegetarians alike.

Living in the Kitchen with Puppies: Herbed Mushroom Pate
Sounds yummy. I have made sandwich spread using quark or cream cheese and sautéed mushrooms. It makes a great sandwich with a piece of ham.

I like the variations (extra flavours and higher proportion of 'shrooms) in the recipe in the link.
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I know you already got a lot of great answers and have solved your problem, but I have to post this anyway. (in case anyone searches or comes across this thread later )

Mushroom "pate" is a delicious way to use excess mushrooms. It is so yummy on toast or stuffing into things (hard boiled egg hollows, ravioli, etc.) Great for vegetarians AND non vegetarians alike.

Living in the Kitchen with Puppies: Herbed Mushroom Pate
My daughter has always been the party thrower of the family. Now, sadly to say, not anymore. And just as the perfect recipe comes along. I always made something for her parties. And this would have been so, so perfect! It would have been the hit of the evening!
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