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Mushroom Month in Los Angeles

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September is National Mushroom Month, and even though this summer was hot and dry, forcing most socal mushrooms into estivation, we're excited to feast on some L.A. funghi. Whether you're chowing down on a bowl of veggie pho equipped with more mushrooms than you know the names of or firing up the grill for portobello burgers, we hope you're ringing in the shroomy fall season in style. Celebrate with one of the unique L.A. mushroom dishes from our gallery, and tell us where you get your favorite fungal foods!

pappardelle
Porcini mushroom linguini with portobella cap from Pappardelle's Pasta at The Grove Farmer's Market | Photo:jkwoo/Flickr/Creative Commons License
bossanova
Shiitake mushroom and onion pizza from Bossanova in West L.A. | Photo: jericho1ne/Flickr/Creative Commons License
capital
Roasted crimini, portobella, shiitake and oyster mushrooms at Capital Grille  | Photo: Muy Yum/Flickr/Creative Commons License
pho
Spring rolls from Silver Lake's Pho Cafe: shrimp and pork, mushroom and tofu | Photo: Eliza Mills
typhoon
Tom Yang Kung soup with shrimp, lemon grass, and straw mushrooms from Typhoon  | Photo: Muy Yum/Flickr/Creative Commons License
jiraffe
Jiraffe's wild mushroom ravioli with aged gouda | Photo: Ed Kwon/Flickr/Creative Commons License
umami
Umami Burger with shiitake mushroom from Umami Burger  | Photo: Muy Yum/Flickr/Creative Commons License

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