Love Thursday: The Loveshroom Fest

I’ve mentioned before that one of P’s favorite pastimes is going mushroom picking. Incidentally, one of *my* favorite pastimes is making (and eating) delicious funghi-based dishes. See how well that works?

Our love of ‘shrooms is one of the reasons we don’t really mind the rain here, since just after a good soaking, it’s time to enjoy the funghi . . . one might call it our Loveshroom Fest:

Loveshroom on Flickr

Happy Love Thursday everyone!

8 Beans of Wisdom to “Love Thursday: The Loveshroom Fest”
  1. Gil

    Great picture! Did the heart develop after you broke a clump of mushrooms up?

    That’s actually on a stem; I just happened to notice as I was taking photos of the ‘shroom from different angles.

  2. 11.12.2009

    lol Love is just mushrooming around you!


  3. awwh…Amore! 🙂


    .-= nyc/caribbean ragazza´s last blog ..Guest Post – Merging Cultures: Three Ways to Share Your New Culture With Your Old Family =-.

  4. 11.12.2009

    hidden hearts. always the best.

    Agreed 🙂

    .-= margie´s last blog thursday =-.

  5. What a cool site! I am an Espresso addict and I spend 3 times the money to get good Italian beans here in Asheville, NC. It is cool that you have turned your love of writing, Italy and Espresso into an entrepreneurial project. Kudos!

    Thanks and thanks for stopping by 🙂

  6. awedree

    What a coincidence! I went home last night and my Mom had actually cooked a lovely mushroom dish! Great hearts think alike I guess 🙂 Have a great weekend Michelle.

    Mmmmm ‘shrooms 🙂

  7. hmmm have to say that I am with you on that one…I like eating them the best! And apparently they help to fight heart disease too…BONUS “love”!!!

    Good tasting healthy foods are certainly the best 🙂

    .-= Em from Ribollita Reboiled´s last blog ..Last Christmas I gave you my heart =-.

  8. Kim

    I’ve always been a fan of mushrooms! Do you have any easy and delicious fungi recipes to share, or am I just missing these posts?

    Click on the first few links in the post, Kim–otherwise check out the recipe page 🙂



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