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PSMS Annual Show - Saturday October 27 and Sunday October 28
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Ben Woo Memorial Foray 2018 - Friday October 19 thru Sunday October 21
The Puget Sound Mycological Society has decided to make the Ben Woo Memorial foray an annual event. This year's foray will be held the same location as the last 2 years. The facility is called Black Diamond Camp at Mt. Rainier and is located about 30 miles east of Enumclaw just off Route 410 near the Crystal Mountain ski area turn-off. It is surrounded by magnificent old growth forest with unlimited habitat easily within driving distance and mushrooms just outside your door. But there is no need to drive anywhere with plenty of forest to explore within walking distance of the lodge.
The cost of the event is $180/person. The package includes two nights' accommodations and 5 meals. This is a non-refundable registration fee. Friday night our presenters will be the extraordinarily gifted mycologist Noah Siegel plus author and culinary artist Langdon Cook. Saturday night's speaker will be PSMS's expert mushroom identifier and nice guy Danny Miller. In addition we will hear from the truffle whisperer Alana McGee. Saturday there will be organized full and half day forays.
Foray descriptions and sign-up sheets will be available Friday night after dinner. All-day forays will be provider a sack lunch and will be back by 3:00 pm so those folks can still enjoy the dinner. We will be offering several workshops. Sign up for individual workshops on-line when you register. All registrants must be PSMS members. Click here to register
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Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 - 7:30pm
PSMS Monthly Meeting
Jamie Notman - Mushroom cooking at our next meeting!
Doors open at 6:30 pm at the Center for Urban Horticulture. Come early and bring any mushrooms you want identified!
Jamie will be cooking dishes with two cultivated mushrooms; The first with "Pioppini" (Agrocybe aegerita aka Poplar mushroom), and a second one using shiitake (Lentinula edodes). He promises there will be enough for everyone to taste!
Jamie Notman came to Seattle in 1986 and caught his first mushroom show that year and promptly joined PSMS. Although he went to all the shows since 1986, he did not attend monthly meetings until 2000, but he has been attending them ever since. In recent years he was organizing chair of Mushroom Maynia. Jamie studied Culinary arts at South Seattle Community College and worked at several restaurants including Lowell's in Pike Place Market, Liams, and Stanford's. Afterwards he worked as a chef for fraternities for several years. Jamie has cooked at every mushroom show since 2000 and in 2008 he took over the organization of the cooking demonstrations.