I’m so excited to announce that I’ve opened registration for my online photography, styling, and branding workshop! It’s the first online workshop I’ve done in over two years, I wanted to be able to teach folks who couldn’t take the time off to attend my travel-based workshops but were still really interested in learning more about photography and the blogging/business side of things. Over half of the spaces have already been taken, so if you’re interested I recommend signing up sooner than later. You can read all the details about what the course entails and register here, would love to have you!
For this post, I’m keeping it short and sweet since I’m about to head out to help prep for the Secret Supper pop-up I’m co-hosting this weekend (yay!) We still have a handful of spaces left for our December supper if you’re interested. But to the recipe! So I got a WHOLE bunch of chanterelles dropped off at my doorstep thanks to my friend Derek from Wicked Healthy. He is a major mushroom forager and had hit the motherload on a recent foraging excursion and decided to share the wealth – I’m very lucky I have friends who are as obsessed with food as I am. Savory breakfasts are one of my favorite things in the world, so I decided to make a savory Dutch baby topped with a mix of chanterelles and other wild mushrooms I’d picked up from the farmer’s market. For a tasty spread to go along with it, I roasted more chanterelles and pureed them with butter to make a savory umami butter mixture that, when smeared on a salty mushroom-loaded pancake, kiiiiiind of created for the best flavor combo ever. And then I put creme fraîche on it, which started to melt on the hot pancake and get all creamy and amazing. So if you’re looking for a killer fall or winter breakfast/brunch situation, please do give these a try. You can feel free to substitute whatever edible mushroom varieties you have handy, fyi – I just used chanterelles because I had a lot of them and their flavor is one of my favorites in the mushroom world, but if you live in an area without a wide mushroom selection good old shiitake or brown button mushrooms will work just dandy.