From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Super low in calories but packed with energy-producing B-vitamins and even some vitamin D, mushrooms add a flavor boost to your healthy dishes. Whether you prefer them raw or cooked, here are 5 ways to try them.
A light, flavorful and bite-sized app that’s perfect for your next soiree. You can’t go wrong with savory stuffed mushrooms.
The mushrooms recipes from Food Network suggest new and inventive ways to cook with mushrooms, while celebrating their classic earthy flavors and textures.
They may not have magical powers, but the amazing versatility of mushrooms makes them powerful in the kitchen. Find out more about these “fun-guys” (get it?) and how they can lighten your meals and brighten your day.
Morel mushrooms are a spring delicacy: rich, meaty and full of flavor. Never tasted morels? Learn where and when to find them, plus get tasty recipes and cooking tips.
We tend to associate nutritious fruits and veggies with bright beautiful colors, but don’t be fooled -- mushrooms are earthy gems that are packed with nutrients.
I'm celebrating the return of this all-purpose green with a batch of individually-sized spinach-mushroom quiches.
Best of all, this stew from Food Network Magazine doesn’t need to time to stew on the stove all day; it's ready in just 40 minutes, making it a weeknight pick.
Make a batch of gluten-free stuffed mushrooms to pack into your lunch bag or snack on between meals.
Weekday or weekend, this mushroom and onion pizza is perfect for a speedy meal.