Autumn is at it finest and this week was a perfect week of demonstrating all the beauty that was combined in there. I am a big mushroom eater but am absolutely not knowledgeable with it on which ones are good ones to eat, and which ones will make you die in less than a minute. So the eating part I will leave to the others in this case!
Holland has been having a very wet last couple of weeks, which utterly sucks but is awesome for the mushroom growth. These red ones are the classic ones which you will always see when you let a kid draw one. My guess would also be that little leprechauns would be living underneath these ones, with small spikey hats. (bring on the fiction stories here!)
What I find a cool feature in other hometown Lucerne Switzerland is that you have the ability to have your mushrooms tested once per week at the nature museum to see if your potential food is eatable or not. A safe and friendly way of encouraging people to find their own food in the forest, but to get it tested as well. I haven’t seen this in other countries before, but I really do like it and would surely use it if I had plucked my own risotto-filling ;)