Your girolle looks like our chanterelle. I wonder if it is. Very pretty art.
It does, doesn't it Elva! What a lovely page, Valerie.
Thanks girls, yes I have always called these mushrooms chanterelles but in the shops in England and France they call them girolles. I was served some wild 'chanterelles' by a French friend last week that looked much smaller and browner but tasted delicious!
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