We’ll be doing a tasting at one of our favourite places in Chorlton, south Manchester, the wonderful Epicerie Ludo, next Saturday 23 March.
Join us there from 11am – 2pm to try one of our moreish wild mushroom toasties and pick up some useful recipe cards.
The next tasting will be at our old friends Eighth Day Co-op on Oxford Rd in Manchester, who were one of our first stockists back in 2010! We’ll be there on Thursday 4 April from 11-2 serving vegan mushroom toasties.
We’ll also be at the High Peak Food Hub at the Butterfly House in the Torrs in New Mills on the same day, Thursday 4 April from 5.30-7.30,
We’ll then at the Food and Art at the Basin (FAB) Market in Whaley Bridge on Saturday 6 April from 9-2.
Saturday 13 April will be an exciting day for us as it marks the launch of a new collaboration between local food producers. We’ll be joining a number of other companies on the outdoor market in New Mills from 10-12. More details to follow!
We’re delighted to welcome another lovely cafe/deli to the Get Funghi family.
The Lambton Larder opened recently on Buxton Rd in the busy market town of Bakewell. It stocks a small but well chosen range of ambient and fresh deli products, and serves tasty food and drinks at lunchtime. We wish them all the best for their new venture!
Planning a tasting there in April, details to follow soon.
We’re putting out feelers to see if there’s enough interest to arrange a 2 day foraging course in West Sweden this year.
Potential dates are Thursday and Friday 10/11 October or Friday & Saturday 11/12 October.
We’ve chosen those dates as Ryanair will be flying direct on Wednesdays and Sundays to Gothenburg from Manchester starting in April, and flight times are very convenient. At the moment a return flight is around £70.
We are setting a limit of 12 people on the forays which will take place on both days. We’ll go out into the forest all day, taking a packed lunch with us, then have a fry up of mushrooms when we get back to base, which is our property on the island of Orust, about 1 hour 30 mins from Gothenburg.
If we get enough interest to go ahead the price will be £90 per foray which will include a whole day out in the deep unspoilt forests of West Sweden, a grilled sausages/mushroom fry up afterwards, plus lots of practical tips about drying, pickling or cooking with wild mushrooms. Participants will be able to take home some of their own dried mushrooms!
We have many suggestions for hotel or self catering accommodation nearby, including a separate fully furnished house on our property with a double and a triple bedroom, that can be hired per room if you don’t mind sharing the house with others, or the whole house if you have friends who might be interested in foraging in Sweden too. If you are interested in that option we can email more information to you.
Accommodation at our house will be self catering, and price per room per night is £50. Shared use of kitchen and bathroom.
If you want to stay longer and use the property as a base to explore more of the area that option is also available.
Get in touch by email, phone or pigeon post if you’re interested!
If you’re looking for a present for the foodie in your life, or a Christmas treat for yourself then why not get a Get Funghi gift bag.
You can fill the bag with whatever you want from the following products:
15g bags of Winter Chanterelle, Porcini and Forest Mix: £4 each
20g jar of Porcini Powder: £5
Erik’s hand made juniper spatulas: £7
You can either pick them up from us at home in New Mills or we can post them to you for £3.50 p&p.
Message us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, or email us using the contact form on this website with your order.
We’re so excited and proud to be featured in the October issue of Derbyshire Life, a magazine we’ve always admired for its excellent articles showcasing our lovely county.
It’s not often we get to fly the flag for our home countries so we’re especially delighted that we got to talk about our love for both New Mills in Derbyshire and Orust in West Sweden, as well as for wild mushrooms.
Thanks to Claire Bore who interviewed us. You can see more of her work here: https://www.claireborewrites.com/
We enjoyed our traditional August in West Sweden catching up with family, having some holiday, and picking porcini and other ceps to last till this time next year. It was another bumper year for these mushrooms over there and reports suggested it was the same in many other parts of Europe.
Now we’re back in the UK for the foray season and are looking forward to our first one of the season on Sunday 16 September. A late cancellation has freed up a couple of spaces so do get in touch if you are interested in coming out with us in the beautiful Peak District.
Other events coming up in Derbyshire are another tasting at High Peak Food Hub in the Butterfly House at the Torrs, in our home town of New Mills, this Thursday 13 September from 5.30-7.30. There’ll be lots of other local food producers showcasing their delicious goods and you can get a drink from the bar as you mooch and buy, so its well worth a visit!
Following that we will have a stall in the Food Marquee at the Hayfield Show on Saturday 15 September. It’s our first time there as producers rather than punters and we’re looking forward to being part of this fantastic country show which has been a September highlight for us for many years.
We’ll be doing our annual foray for New Mills Festival which this year is operating as a Fringe Festival, on Sunday 23 September. There are still places available and all details of this event and others can be found on the website of this wonderful festival, entirely run by volunteers.
Last but not least, we’ll once again be running a pop up Swedish cafe at Made in New Mills arts and crafts sale, at Providence Hall in New Mills, on Saturday 29 September from 10-4. This is a real gem of a show with the creme de la creme of artists and makers from this area, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
Oh and I’d almost forgotten, we’ll be leading another Peak District foray with lunch al fresco the day after, Sunday 30 September. There are a couple of spaces available on this date and several more on our final one on Sunday 21 October. Full details are on our UK forays page.
Long, hot, dry summer followed by substantial rain = mushroom explosion!
It’s all happening in the woods of West Sweden and we’re out every day making hay while the sun shines, as it were.
It’s lovely to see water trickling in the stream beds and see the undergrowth getting greener again, and even lovelier to see the forest floor blooming with more and more wild mushrooms every day.
We’re really looking forward to our longer forays with lunch al fresco in the Peak District. Going out with other mushroom enthusiasts is always one of our favourite activities. The first one is now fully booked but we still have spaces on 30 September and 21 October. You’ll find full details on our UK forays page.
Coming up also is our traditional foray for New Mills Festival, which this year is running in a smaller format as a fringe festival. Join us for a walk around the fields and woods, with a wild mushroom soup to taste in a pub afterwards, on 23 September.
Our last stockist in our home town of New Mills in Derbyshire closed over a year ago now, and we’ve really missed not having an outlet on our home patch.
So we’re delighted that a new High Peak Food Hub has been set up in a really central venue, the Butterfly House at the Torrs Cafe/Bar. It’s a Thursday evening food market with other local food producers also doing pop ups or deliveries, and you can place orders for other products via Sauced Here in Bakewell, which will be delivered to the cafe for you to pick up.
Come and grab one of our trademark wild mushroom toasties and stock up on wild mushrooms and other goodies on Thursday 19 July from 5.30 – 7.30.
We’ve got another stockist! You can now buy our mushrooms at the new Whistlestop Cafe/deli run by the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust in Matlock Bath. All proceeds from sales there will go towards the invaluable work they do supporting wildlife in Derbyshire and encouraging us all to get out in the countryside more. As folk who spend a lot of time outdoors in the wild we wholeheartedly support their ethos so we’re extremely glad to be stocked there.
You can come and try our mushrooms when we make a return visit to lovely Chinley Cheese this Saturday for a wild mushroom tasting, from 9.30 – 12.30.
We were amazed last time we were there how many people came through the door to shop at this very popular deli that is also the Post Office. Everyone was greeted personally by Kieran the owner and it felt more like a community centre than a shop.
Just goes to show how valuable a resource a good local food shop can be! #shoplocal
I’m really delighted that both my sons are accomplished and enthusiastic cooks who truth be told have surpassed my skills in the kitchen department. I love getting picture messages of their latest creations but wouldn’t it be great if mobile phones included a transportation device so that a bowl of something delicious arrived on my table instead!
Joe’s Get Funghi porcini pasta – quick, easy and delicious.
Put the dried porcini in warm water until just covered, and soak for 20-30 minutes until soft. Drain & keep the liquid. Fry the mushrooms in butter, add fresh mushrooms and herbs (thyme and or sage as desired), season & add a dash of Get Funghi porcini powder if you have any. Cook down for 5 minutes or so, add the soaking liquid and simmer to reduce, then stir in mascarpone. Serve with wide pasta like pappardelle and top with Parmesan or a similar hard cheese. Buon appetito!