Mixed mushrooms with porcini confit
“Marriage is like mushrooms: we notice too late if they are good or bad.” ＿＿Woody Allen
Scottish satirist Thomas Carlyle once said, “’Nature alone is antique, and the oldest art a mushroom.” There are many kinds of mushrooms, including shiitake mushrooms, king oyster mushrooms, shimeji mushrooms, white beech mushrooms, and porcini mushrooms. Make art with them.
Mixed mushrooms confit, you may eat directly, mix in porridge, scramble an egg, serve with a steak or roast chicken, slice in bread, bake with potato; canola oil soaked in porcini is a treasure, don’t waste it. Use your imagination. Eat an artful life.