Wild mushrooms: The Spanish seasonal delight

Every year, after the first rain, wild mushrooms begin to take over restaurant menus.

By ISAAC MASSIAS
December 15, 2016 13:00
Wild mushrooms

Wild mushrooms. (photo credit: AYA MASSIAS)

 
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