Yesterday on Sunday afternoon I went to visit a friend of mine who has a Christmas Trees land. Initially, I was planning to do a quick visit and then go to a country park nearby. As I wandering around his field I found lots of fungi down on the ground which I thought they were mushroom but apparently I was wrong. So I ended up searching for another fungi in his field instead of go the country park for shooting the trees and leaves for autumn photos.
Shooting trees and leaves in the autumn is my habit at the moment and now I’ve grown up my new habit that is shooting fungi or mushrooms. I read some article on internet that say autumn is an ideal time to see the fruiting bodies of them so this is become my new habit at the moment.
I couldn’t identify all the fungi that I saw in my friend’s land, only a few of them. But hope you all enjoy it!
Here they are:
Fly Agaric (Fly Amanita) Fungi
Honey Waxcap Fungi
By the way have you ever heard a joke says “why is the mushroom funny?”
I got this recipe from Delia Online called Cherry and Almond Crunchies. Since I don’t have dried cherries so I substituted it with dried cranberries and any other dried fruits. I’ve been making these cookies many times and have altered with my own ingredients as suggested in the recipe.
I’ve substituted the dried cherry with the cranberries and also with sultanas, raisins, apricots, and crystallized gingers. I added 60gr mixed of ground chestnuts and seeds (pumpkin seeds, linseed, hemp seeds, sesame seeds, and melon seeds) to every recipe that I made.
Also I’ve used half-half white self-raising flour and wholemeal self-raising flour.
Cranberries and Almond Crunchies
Raisins, Sultanas, Apricots, Ginger, and Almond Crunchies