After a nice relaxing lunch we headed back south and home, with our box of morels. Just *giddy* we were!!!
We had already decided to have a Swiss chard and summer squash frittata with a salad for dinner and the morels fit in seamlessly. How lucky were we?
After a quick soak in some cold water, the ends cut off and butter heated in the skillet, in they went! After a quick toss around the skillet they were perfectly done and ready for us to eat. Lucky for us the girls did not like them and I sure wasn’t forcing them to eat them!
Once again thanks so much Jaden for your never-ending generosity and to Earthy Delights for providing us with that special treat!!!
How lucky are you? I've never tried morels, but hope to sometime soon!
I have been on the watch for morels but so far no such luck so how lucky are you Judy. By the way my friends live near Sarasota. I suppose that now they live in Rotonda West but close enough.
I am so jealous! I love morels! They look fantastic!
I've never tried morels. I guess I'd like them since I love every other kind of mushroom. Nice friend, that Jaden!
Wow! What a nice gift. I love frittata too,
You should let me know next time you come through town. I only live 5 minutes away from downtown!
I've never tried morels. They look yummy!
Morels are fabulously tasty...even the dried ones are worth having in your pantry. I should kiss up to Jaden and see if I can snag some Morels! lol
Lucky you! I love morels and always enjoyed them this time of year when I was growing up. I rarely see fresh ones in Austin, and when I do they are crazy expensive.
Yes, the morels sound great.
Sorry, but I have to offer you this feedback: the ad that came up with this post was really gross. Ugly yellow teeth + food blog = loss of appetite. I think some ad systems let you match for your content. Have you looked in the BlogHer network? Just an idea!
Morel season was always a big deal where I grew up at. People were even shot at over picking territories. I wish I had a better food appreciation then and would have taken advantage of our "backyard." At least I can pick some up when I go visit Dad. Jaden is a gem, isn't she. Enjoy the morels. The frittata sounds perfect for them. Beautiful shots too. Todd.
Lucky you!! I absolutely love fresh morels. Yours look gorgeous.
The morels I got for the first time last season were amazing. Yours look far more fresh than the ones I ended up with, so I'm drooling over them right now. Enviously. ;)
This makes me hope that the morels in my front lawn come back this spring!
Oh man, that site looks awesome! Not having a Jaden nearby, I appreciate the link. :)
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