The Cascade Mycological Society is soliciting contributions for an upcoming cookbook. All proceeds from our cookbook sales will go towards supporting the CMS grant and scholarship programs. The cookbook will be available for sale in fall 2013 and will feature over 100 one-of-a-kind recipes, plus anecdotes, tips, and photographs, featuring foraged, wild-crafted mushrooms from our geographic region. Tell us your best tips for cleaning, gathering, storing, pickling, drying, cooking, serving, decorating with, wearing, harvesting, and preparing mushrooms. Send us the incredible pictures that you would just love to have a wider audience. Now is your chance. Submit your contribution and become a published author.
- Submit your recipe using our online form or download a submission form to print and mail, along with any photos or images, to Cascade Mycological Society, PO Box 110, Eugene, OR 97440.
- Submit your tips and anecdotes using our online form or download a PDF to print and mail, along with any photos or images, to Cascade Mycological Society, PO Box 110, Eugene, OR 97440.
- Send your digital photos to us at email@example.com.
If we accept your contribution, we will publish your name alongside your submission and invite you to the fall 2013 Cookbook Release Feast in order to celebrate the final publication of our cookbook. It’s sure to be a party to remember.
Questions: Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The fall mushroom season has officially begun, with chanterelles, lobsters and other edible fungi popping up in Oregon. Join the Cascade Mycological Society on the first monthly meeting of the season. Joe Spivack will present on the topic of common wild edible mushrooms of the PNW. Learn about the ecology of local edible mushrooms, where and how to find and how to cook and preserve.
The meeting will take place on Thursday September 11th, 2008 at Lane Community College Building 16, room 115 at 7:00pm (Directions).