The Norwegian forests are suddenly full of mushrooms to pick. More than usual, and more or less all over the country as I can see from a mushroom Facebook-group I follow. It is an Eldorado to be in the forest now, and I could spend all they there searching for wild food, or taking pictures.
The one above is a Russula, probably Copper Brittlegill (Russula decolorans). But they are so many different, so can’t be sure.
Definitely False Saffron Milkcaps (Lactarius deterrimus), and a couple of Slippery Jack (Suillus luteus). Very good both of them.
I also like these ones a lot, but as others in this family they need to be fried for a long time, at least 15 minutes. Red-cap boletus, Leccinum aurantiacum.
My dog was sick and had to have an operation. It was a dangerous condition but thanks to clever veterinaries he seems fine again. But have to wait sometimes, for my preoccupation with mushrooms. And the best of them all is also around, the cep. All these pictures are from the last couple of days. Don’t use my photos, or any photos on the internet, to decide which mushrooms to pick. Use your own knowledge, or find somebody who knows. There are more photos in my mushroom galleries.