Mushroom & Wine Festival brings together foraging and fine dining

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Mushroom & Wine Festival brings together foraging and fine dining

Annual Purgatory event pairs vino with Durango restaurant creations
May Day Koenig serves Purgy’s Elk Tenderloin Stroganoff, one of six appetizers showcasing wild mushrooms at Saturday’s Mushroom and Wine Festival.
Ore House oyster mushrooms are topped with a peach and jalapeño jam, one of six crowd-pleasers at Purgatory’s Saturday culinary pairing of wine and mushrooms.
Purgatory food and beverage associates Alex Kies and Rosie Stringer pour six wines paired with mushroom selections at the 4th Annual Mushroom and Wine Festival.
Boletus edulis, a versatile mushroom grown in the pine forest near Durango is often grilled or pan sauteed. It was the centerpiece of Hilary and Shaun Comfort’s evening dinner of asparagus and grilled salmon.
A Hawks Wing mushroom and King Bolete from the pine forest near Purgatory await preparation in the Comfort’s kitchen.

Mushroom & Wine Festival brings together foraging and fine dining

May Day Koenig serves Purgy’s Elk Tenderloin Stroganoff, one of six appetizers showcasing wild mushrooms at Saturday’s Mushroom and Wine Festival.
Ore House oyster mushrooms are topped with a peach and jalapeño jam, one of six crowd-pleasers at Purgatory’s Saturday culinary pairing of wine and mushrooms.
Purgatory food and beverage associates Alex Kies and Rosie Stringer pour six wines paired with mushroom selections at the 4th Annual Mushroom and Wine Festival.
Boletus edulis, a versatile mushroom grown in the pine forest near Durango is often grilled or pan sauteed. It was the centerpiece of Hilary and Shaun Comfort’s evening dinner of asparagus and grilled salmon.
A Hawks Wing mushroom and King Bolete from the pine forest near Purgatory await preparation in the Comfort’s kitchen.
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