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Mo·rel

(mō-rel'),
Benedict A., French psychiatrist, 1809-1873. See: Morel ear, Stewart-Morel syndrome.
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But there were a couple of moments in reading Tradd Cotter's article on morels ("The Hunt for Morels," Page 32) when I thought, Man, amen
Rangers at Crater Lake National Park seized 234 pounds of morel mushrooms - potentially worth thousands of dollars - over the Fourth of July weekend, the park's top ranger said Monday.
Mostly, people rely on income and subsistence from livestock followed by wild collection of morels.
Figure 1A sets the scene for what proves to be the tragedy of the marriage of Walter Morel and Gertrude Coppard.
Mix the water from the morels with the vegetable stock and bring to the boil.
tray, season morels with salt and pepper and toss with canola oil.
Nancy Weber found that true morels split off from all other fungal species 129 million years ago, during the beginning of the Cretaceous Period.
Lift morels from liquid, squeezingoutany excess, and finely chop.
Siegel said talks will take place throughout the day on topics including morels, beginners' mushroom identification, and edible and poisonous fungi.
A new on-premise law in Michigan also helped spur wine sales at Morels.
The Morels exported Welsh coal and imported iron ore.