Jennifer Causey

Just one more reason to be excited about fall.

Corey Williams
September 18, 2018

The arrival of fall means we have to say goodbye to our beloved summer produce. Tomatoes, peaches, berries and many more will be sorely missed in our kitchens.

But don’t grieve for too long—it’s finally mushroom season! While most mushrooms are available year-round, fall and winter is typically considered peak mushroom season. If you’re like us, you can’t wait to enjoy them at the peak of their deliciousness.

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Here are eight mushroom recipes we’re exceptionally excited to cook this fall:

Four Mushroom Pesto Pizza

If you’re not ready to give up your summer basil just yet, let this pizza help ease the transition into the new season.

Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff

We do love a good stroganoff, and this classic recipe is the perfect comfort food.

Chicken-Mushroom-Sage Casserole

This crowd-pleaser will satisfy even the pickiest eaters.

Wild Mushroom Bruschetta

Impress your guests with these easy and tasty appetizers.

Spicy Stuffed Mushrooms

Are you tired of eating the same old, same old every game day? Bring these to your next tailgate.

Quick Mushroom and Barley Soup

We’re making this soup the second the weather turns chilly.

Garlicky Sautéed Mushrooms

If you prefer a no-frills approach to your mushrooms, try this savory side seasoned with sea salt.

Creamy Three-Mushroom Pasta

This pasta combines three types of mushrooms to make the perfect autumn dinner.

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