9th Annual Hoppin’ John Cook-Off, NC Posted September 30, 2015
Chef Jasen Morin, long time friend and big MoTown Mushrooms supporter, represented us in a cook-off in Shakori Hills, North Carolina. He shared his experience with
Spring, do your thing! Posted April 7, 2015
Vermont winters can be particularly cruel to a Colombian girl like me. Thankfully, this state has so many other amazing things to offer, it makes
New Hampshire Mushroom Company Posted February 10, 2015
Last weekend we had the pleasure to meet Dennis Chesley at the New Hampshire Farm and Forest Expo in Manchester. He approached our booth complementing
Mushrooms are a Beautiful Thing Posted January 29, 2014
Mushrooms nutritional and medicinal properties were well known to the ancestral cultures of China and Japan, but they are just being rediscovered by Western Society.
Fungipails Are Here! Posted May 19, 2013
A mushroom garden in a bucket… it doesn’t get any easier than that! The Fungipail takes the mystery out of mushroom farming so you can enjoy mushrooms’ nutritional and medicinal properties right at your home. This practical bucket fruits 2 or 3 times (sometimes even 4!) producing up to a total of 3 lbs of fresh gourmet mushrooms…
Meet The Oysters Posted May 16, 2013
Oyster mushrooms live up to their name: they look like oyster shells and have a mildly seafood-like taste. You can enjoy them just by sautéing them with butter, salt and pepper, but they also nicely complement any soup, sauce or stir fry.
So, what is the difference between the species we offer? Keep on reading…
Mushroom Garden in a Bucket Posted May 16, 2013
I can’t think of the exact day we came up with the idea. If you ask me, I would say that the Fungipail developed itself as a product. When my husband Jason started the mushroom farm a couple of years ago, the main goal was to create a steady supply of fresh mushrooms in Vermont, by selling his own crops and creating a network of micro-farms…