Dried Mushroom Sampler
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Item #: MDS101
Our Price: $34.99


Welcome to the world of dried mushrooms!

If you've never used dried mushrooms, you'll probably be surprised at how deliciously satisfying, how versatile and how easy to use they can be.

We've assembled a handy kit of SIX of our most popular mushrooms - Morels, Chanterelles, Porcini, Black Trumpets, Shiitake and Oyster mushrooms - complete with proven recipes and easy to understand instructions for use.


Dried mushrooms are one of the handiest foods to have in the kitchen. They require no refrigeration or special handling, lasting for many months in a tightly sealed container. Keep them in a cool place away from the sun for six months or more. For longer storage, pop them into the freezer where they will remain perfectly preserved indefinitely.

Dried mushrooms can be easily reconstituted and can be used in place of fresh mushrooms in many recipes. They're always ready to go for any occasion, whenever you need them.

The Earthy Delights Dried Mushroom Sampler includes:

  • 1/2 oz Dried Morel Mushrooms (Morchella spp)
  • 1 oz Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms (Cantharellus spp)
  • 1 oz Dried Porcini Mushrooms (Boletus edulis)
  • 1 oz Dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms (Craterellus cornucopioides)
  • 1 oz Dried Shiitake Mushrooms (Lentinula edodes)
  • 1 oz Dried Oyster Mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus)








Cornish Game Hens with Wild Mushrooms, Chestnuts & Bacon
In the autumn, when the weather cools and a sharp nip is in the air, there's nothing more satisfying than deliciously old-fashioned comfort food. This updated classic will fill the whole house with a rich, mouth-watering aroma as it gently warms the kitchen.

Who cares if the leaves are falling? The earthiness of wild mushrooms, the mild sweetness of chestnuts and the savory flavor of braised game hens remind us that fall is the season when the summer's bounty is ready to enjoy with friends and family.
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Pasta Carbonara with Mushrooms
Rich, delicious and satisfying Pasta Carbonara is one of Rome's most famous dishes. Its origins are somewhat obscure, but it was almost certainly invented in the mid-20th century, most likely at the end of World War II when many Italians were eating eggs and bacon supplied by American troops. The classic elements of the dish are constant: eggs, cheese, black pepper and cured pork (usually guanciale or pancetta).

This is not a "saucy" dish - there is just enough of the rich, savory mixture of whole eggs, cheese and pancetta to coat each strand of spaghetti. Our version differs slightly from the traditional Italian recipe with the addition of mushrooms, but we think you'll agree that it adds a deliciously wonderful touch of flavor.
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Savory Mushroom and Gruyère Strata
This layered casserole, perfect for an easy, make-ahead brunch, but classy and substantial enough for a satisfying dinner, features savory cheeses, eggs, and a whole lot of hearty mushroom flavor.

Think of strata as nothing more than a savory bread pudding. It's easy to make and can even be prepared the night before and baked just before you're ready to serve it.

Stratas aren't as well known as other classic casseroles. Many people have never even heard of them. But stratas combine all the classic elements of breakfast - eggs, milk, bread and cheese - and you can easily add or change ingredients around to suit the contents of your pantry or your appetite!

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Risotto with Dried Wild Mushrooms
The rich, intense woodsy flavor of this risotto dish comes from dried mushrooms. Dried porcini are traditionally used but experiment with any of your personal favorites. It makes a good first course or accompaniment to a meal of any roasted poultry or meat.
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Okemos MI 48864

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