Here’s the story… My roommate was driving me to class because it was raining and as we were turning, out of the corner of my eye I saw this flash of golden-brown against a green lawn that immediately caught my attention. I turned to get a closer look and found that the brown flash was a LOT of mushrooms. After my classes I made sure to walk home back the way that we drove to see them. To my delight I discovered that they were all HONEY MUSHROOMS (Armillaria tabescens) and most of them were good to harvest (they’re edible). Quick mushrooms profile-honeys grown in clumps on wood (live or dead) they are light brown in color, have whitish to light brown stems (hence the name), and have a WHITE spore print (very important). Anyways, I called a foraging buddy of mine and we harvested the good ones, over THREE GALLONS of them! I was over the top excited about this, never had a find quite as productive before. We took them home, cooked them with butter and salt and they were delicious. WARNING: Do not consume copious amount of this mushroom, it can cause gastrointestinal distress in some people. Southeast people, this mushroom has been popping up EVERYWHERE, keep your eyes out for it! If you’d like some help identifying it, feel free to shoot me a message!