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    My husbands friend came to visit one night while we were BBQing and gave us this recipe. We invited him for dinner that night and he made the dish, and needless to say, I was hooked! I even got up the next morning and heated some for breakfast! Grilling this on a charcoal grill tastes best, but either will do. If there are left overs, it is good with shredded cheese over the dish. If you live in the north and don't want to brave the BLIZZARD!!, this can be done in the oven as well at 300 degrees for about 30 minutes (just watch for tenderness!). Cooking cabbage this way gives it a totally different flavor!

    Recipe #68240

    This could be a main dish, side dish, or just a snack. The best part of this is actually going out into the timber/woods to look for the mushrooms (which is somewhat relaxing), or you can find someone who has done all the leg work and pay them (2003 going price) $25 per pound. These are very popular and somewhat of a delicacy around these parts (midwest), since they can only be enjoyed once a year when the mushrooms are in season (late April/early May). These are VERY rich, and can cause unwanted "side effects" if you eat to many!! Once you eat them, you will know your limit. I put no amounts for the ingredients because you never know how many you will find, and you must adjust the recipe for the amount of mushrooms you have!! ENJOY!!

    Recipe #65825


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