CMS Store


The CMS store currently offers the CMS Wild Mushroom Cookbook and a selection of handcrafted Wild Mushroom Earrings. We provide secure checkout through Paypal. All proceeds from cookbooks and earrings sold through the CMS Store go towards supporting CMS Mycology Grants and Scholarships. Please contact us at if you have questions about anything related to the CMS Store.

Cascade Mycological Society Cookbook 

The CMS Wild Mushroom Cookbook is the product of two years of recipe collecting and many memorable, potluck dinners that gave CMS members the opportunity to savor many of the dishes in the book while communing with their fellow lovers of fungi. It is really much more than a cookbook. It is a snapshot of our regions fruiting schedule, abundant fungi, and tips and techniques collected by a network of mycology lovers with a lifetime of experiences to share.

Click through the slideshow below to view the Cookbook Table of Contents and some sample pages.

Cookbook Features
  • Arranged by fruiting seasons (fall, winter, spring).
  • Sections on Mushroom Storage, Preservation, and Nutritional Benefits.
  • For each mushroom: an introduction, a selection of recipes, followed by foraging and preparation tips.
  • Pages: 170
  • Mushroom Types/Species: 17
  • Recipes: 75
  • Foraging and Preparation Tips: 51
  • Color Photos: 77

Cookbooks will arrive wrapped in a Mushroom Paper gift wrap.

$21.00 ($18 plus $3 for shipping)

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Hand Crafted Wild Mushroom Earrings

If you are looking for mushroom earrings that look like the real thing you have come to the right place. These earrings are hand sculpted and painted by Sandy Patton, an artisan member of the Cascade Mycological Society. They look very much like the actual wild mushrooms they depict.

Handcrafted Earrings

  • Product materials: Non-toxic natural clay, non-toxic water-based acrylic paint, non-toxic varnish sealer, fish hook style wire earrings (silver or gold plated over brass).
  • Most Mushrooms (without earring wire), are 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch in length, but sizes and shape may vary. If you prefer a smaller or larger size, please indicate in Note to Seller.
  • Earrings are shipped in ready to gift packaging and includes a description of the wild mushroom depicted.



Chanterelle (Cantharellus formosus/cascadensis)

Chanterelles are the most popular mushroom to wild harvest in the Northwest. Excellent mushroom for beginners. There is also a very tasty white species of Chanterelle.

$15.00 ($12 plus $3 for shipping)

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Black Morel (Morchella snyderi – formerly elata)

There is nothing like the joy of finding this miniature Christmas tree like a mushroom in the Spring. Broadly conical shaped cap with meandering dark brown to black ridges and lighter colored pits. Whitish to a cream-colored stem. Cap and stem are attached; both are hollow.

$15.00 ($12 plus $3 for shipping)

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 cms-store-fly-amanita-earringsFly Amanita  – (Amanita muscaria)

The most recognizable of all mushrooms and the most common to be depicted in art, fashion, décor, etc. Bright red to red-orange cap with white or yellowish warts or flakes. White gills and stem with a ring on the stem and a bulbous base with one or more scaly rings.

$15.00 ($12 plus $3 for shipping)

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King Bolete/Porcini (Boletus edulis)

This very large mushroom comes by its name honestly. Broad bun shaped cap; cinnamon to yellowish brown in color. Cap underside is sponge-like; white when young, yellow to olive in age. A thick club-shaped stem that is whitish at base and darker near the cap with a netting-like pattern.

$15.00 ($12 plus $3 for shipping)

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cms-store-purple-cort-earringsPurple Cort (Cortinarius violaceus)

One of the most beautiful species of Cortinarius; the largest genus of mushrooms. The Purple Cortinarius is not considered to be a culinary mushroom in the US, but it is used in dyeing fibers.  You will see a species of Purple Cortinarius mushrooms in European markets.

$15.00 ($12 plus $3 for shipping)

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cms-store-oregon-white-truffle-earringsOregon White Truffle (Tuber oregonense)

Choice Edible. This species, prized for its intense fragrance, has been commercially harvested in the Pacific Northwest since the 1980s. Young fruit bodies have a white surface, as the truffle matures it develops reddish-brown or orangish-brown patches.

$15.00 ($12 plus $3 for shipping)

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Give the Gift of CMS Membership

You may purchase an Individual ($20) or a Family ($35) 1 year CMS Membership as a gift.  CMS Monthly meetings are free and open to the public. However, CMS forays, culinary events, interest groups, and other outings require CMS membership to participate.  A CMS Membership grants the holder to all of the following benefits:

  • Learn to safely identify choice edible wild mushrooms.
  • Ability to participate in CMS Members Only Mushroom Forays  (10-12 per year).
  • Opportunity to participate in CMS Interest Groups.
  • CMS Members Only weekend-long outing for Morels in the spring, and another for Spring Boletes
  • Opportunity to attend the very popular CMS Members Only Annual Fungal Feast.
  • Help collect and set up for the annual Mt. Pisgah Mushroom Festival.
  • Informal CMS Members only gatherings and outings to enjoy Mushroom cuisine.
  • An opportunity to interact with experienced Mushroomers who will tell you more than “I found it in the North West”.

Once purchased, CMS will contact the person/family to notify them of their gift membership and inform them of their Membership Benefits. Gift Memberships are valid for 1 year from date of purchase. Or, if the gift is for a current CMS Member, the one-year gift Membership will begin at the expiration of their current membership. 


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