The bottle is then riddled, so that the lees settles in the neck of the wine bottle...
Manual riddling is still done for Prestige Cuvées in Champagne... mechanised riddling equipment (a gyropalette) is used instead.
I'm so jealous... though the garlic mustard does have its charms, even though it's hated.
I blame declining morels.
There are reports of morelity in NZ but I've never seen any.
My goodness me, those with the greenish spongy bits instead of gills are indeed cèpes! What variety? (Cèpes des pins not so tasty as the cep de bourgogne)
Hard to be sure about variety. They're growing under Scots pine, which leads me to suspect Boletus pinophilus i.e. Cèpes des pins. OTOH they're often quite pale across the top of the cap, which sounds more like B. edulis.Websites say that B. edulis is the introduced variety in NZ, but then they go on to use this as a broad term encompassing any number of subspecies.Recipes are welcome.
Maybe you could design some guardian spiders in the Evolvomat?~
One of the many things I miss about the PNW is the boletes. You can find them in Michigan, but you are unlikely to go home with buckets and buckets of them.Recipes are welcome.It occurs to me that perhaps the only recipe I have used when it comes to mushrooms is to cook them in butter and garlic, and then eat them with pretty much anything. It has sufficed, I suppose.That is a very pretty cat, BTW.
That is no cat, that is 7 kg of vet bill wearing a fur coat.
Pale on top? Seems odd, "proper" ones should be brown. Whatever. Recipes? Wot JP said, fry with garlic and butter. And parsley, or chives are better. You may get more protein than you bargained for: around here, I discovered to my horror that up in the pinède the cèpes are used as high-rise housing by any number of insects. Bastards.
...butter and garlic is less a recipe than a lifestyle
Rosé is a lifestyle. Butter and garlic are just accessories.
I am allowed to use them as pizza topping, so long as neither they nor the slices of black pudding stray over onto the Frau Doktorin's half of the pizza.
That is no cat, that is 7 kg of vet bill wearing a fur coat. That is also a very big cat.
I'll just leave this here:http://eusa-riddled.blogspot.co.nz/2014/04/do-not-bore-me-with-your-problems-puny.html
Is the competition mostly from lots of badgers and the occasional "ooh, a snake"?
OBS: Not in Nzld. Those econiches are occupied by Keas and/or politicians.
We have no requirement for those odoriferous badgers.
...particularly the ones with M. tuberculosis - not unless they are accompanied by a qualified Cricetomys gambianus.
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