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Tanna

Oh, I do so love Chanterelles by any name! But, there are none to be found in my backyard nor the local grocery. My goodness that looks and reads so lovely. Both of the dishes! I'd be very happy with the scrambled eggs - breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Sue Vancil


Angelika, what a fun post. I really appreciate the language lesson! It is so interesting to see the translations of Austrian words! I went mushroom hunting many times as a child with my Dad. We would head to the woods in the spring and hunt for Morell or Sponge Mushrooms. We would have so many that all the neighbors got some. We mainly fried them with a batter or baked them in the oven. Nothing fancy. Now my friends at Aunt Daisy's B&B (Glenn & Michele) are mushroomers and have sent me home with a package of freeze-dried morrells. How would you suggest using them?

Paz

How interesting! I, too, like the language lesson. When I come, please make these two dishes for me. ;-)))))))

Paz

Nicky

Hi Angelika,
Yet another name: The tiny babies are also called "Reherl" here in Bavaria. We had them last week in a deluxe scrambled egg variation (pretty similar to your recipe!) and I can't wait to cook more dishes with these little delicacies ;)

johanna

oh dear, I am feeling sooooo homesick right now! eierschwammerl are my absolute favourite, but they're so hard to come by here... but next time I'm in Austria, I will definitely have some!

joey

Sigh....you and Pille make me crave for Chanterelles with your delicious recipes! :) This is not something I can easily requisition here...Both dishes look absolutely delicious!

Pille

Angelika, can I pleeeeaaaaase have some chantarelles, too!!! I only ate them once while at home, so my cravings are by no means satisfied!

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