Forage a fall feast

Delicious and highly prized wild mushrooms such as chanterelles, porcini, and matsutake are plentiful in fall, and the best way to get them is to hunt for them yourself

PHOTO: Laura Brehaut; A long-fallen maple tree in southwest Ontario is covered in oyster mushrooms ready for the picking.
Laura Brehaut, Postmedia News
Originally published on September 20, 2016; National Post
Fall is the best season to forage for wild mushrooms. After a parched summer, many culinary mushrooms fruit following cool, autumn rains.
PUBLISHED IN PRINT:
National Post: September 22, 2016; page B7 (national edition) and B8 (all but Toronto edition)
Vancouver Sun: September 21, 2016; page C1 / Front
Calgary Herald: September 21, 2016; page C1 / FrontĀ 
Edmonton Journal: September 21, 2016; page C1 / FrontĀ 
Saskatoon StarPhoenix: September 21, 2016; page C1 / Front
Regina Leader-Post: September 21, 2016; page C1 / Front
Windsor Star: September 21, 2016; page C1 / Front
Ottawa Citizen: September 21, 2016; page C1 / Front
Montreal Gazette: September 21, 2016; page C1 / Front
Daily Observer (Pembroke): October 1, 2016; page B11
Northumberland Today: October 5, 2016; page D3
Brantford Expositor: October 6, 2016; page D3
Orillia Packet & Times: October 6, 2016; page C8
Peterborough Examiner: October 6, 2016; page C10
The Barrie Examiner: October 7, 2016; page D3
Sarnia Observer: October 7, 2016; page B3
Owen Sound Sun Times: October 7, 2016; page C7
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