It's that time of year again when the nicest mushrooms start to make an appearance, not something I spend a lot of time going after due to their poor calorific content and chance of a misidentification but those that are easy to identify can add a nice change to our wild food larder.
I found these while out on a wild flower bimble and thought I'd take advantage of a present from mother earth.
They weren't very big but I wasn't going to leave them as I found a few others that had been smashed up either by kids or careless adults, pity as there were quite a few of them.
Taken home and cut up into slices ready for cooking in the pan
and after cooking in wild garlic infused olive oil, they were very tasty indeed.