Post by pepperhead212 on Sept 15, 2016 19:01:10 GMT -5
The places we got them had portabellas in 6 lb., creminis in 8 lb., and shitakes, oysters, and a couple of others in 5 lb. boxes. And one that I used to go to all the time was in the news several years ago when they had a big fire - I don't remember the name now, but I knew it immediately when I saw it in the news.
I thought Avondale, that sounds familiar so went searching for a label from a place Hubs brought mushrooms home from when he was driving tractor trailer. Yep, Cutone's in Avondale, PA. Great deal those 5 lb boxes, but I found that dehydrating made them too strong for our taste.
davidjp and pepperhead212 , I harvested my Aleppo Pepper seeds today. Send me a PM with your address if you want some when they are properly dried. I won't be around here much for the next three weeks or so, but I'll get your seeds out in plenty of time for you to grow peppers for 2017.
Hi spike2, Aleppo peppers are spicy. They are somewhere between Jalepeno and Serrano spicy. They are mostly used dried. You may have heard of Aleppo pepper referred to as Pul Biber or Haleby pepper. They have the most wonderful flavor.