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Five of us were foraging at Candler Park this summer, after weeks of biblical rain had made for plentiful mushrooms. Our eyes were trained on the mossy ground under oaks and conifers, where golden chanterelles had risen in clusters—known as a “flush”—with their fleshy orange and yellow caps shaped like blousy tulips.
Volunteering to bring a simple tossed salad to a potluck makes life easy, but it does not do much to boost your self-esteem as a creative cook. That's why I was happy to discover this great suggestion in Anne Byrn's 2007 What Can I Bring? Cookbook.