What are you collecting at this time for wild mushrooms? The last few days I've found some nice birch boletes and suillus sp. (slippery jacks) and saffron milk (lactarius) mushrooms. A bonus was a crown branching coral mushroom growing on decaying on wood in an poplar/spruce location. These are distinctively peppery tasting to make a fine culinary addition for my fall recipes. Nothing fancy. I like wild mushroom omelettes and such. I am thinking to chop some to make wild mushroom and wild rice pankcakes. A book I picked up in the libraray by chance which I recommend is called "The Practical Mushroom Encyclopedia" by Peter Jordan. It has some excellent recipes with illustrated method descripitons. The photographs of the edible mushrooms in the book are outstanding, as are the comparison with the poisionous mushrooms with cautions on how to pick and choose while foraging. What are you finding out your way for edible mushrooms now?