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Welcome to Mushroomstuff. If you are a person with a love of nature and good food, then we hope you get some value from your visit.

This website has been setup as an extension of our mushroom hunting activity. We have been running mushroom hunts in Ireland since 1998. Our mushroom hunts were founded on the principal of collecting good food from the wild in harmony with the seasons.  

Events for 2015 are now finished. Please register if you want to be kept informed of new events as they are confirmed. Also, ifyou use facebook please like our page Mushroomstuff.

 If you want to visit our shop which includes truffle trees, turkey tail mushrooms and mushroom knives please go here

Pictures from previous hunts are here

Please take our survey on food foraging. it only takes a minute.

See our recent coverage on the Irish national news with Bill picking Turkey Tail Mushrooms at Killruddery, on RTE1.




We had a great trip to Turkey for the the Yezumle Morel Festival. To see pictures click on picture below

Kuzugobekifest 2011

The Turkish trip is becoming an annual event and we will be bringing a few people with us again next year, if you are interested please register or email me at bill'at'


To be kept informed on future events please email bill"at" or follow us on twitter. Our plans are typically only formulated within a month or six weeks of the event date. First hunts are normally in October.

To view pictures from our previous events including our recent mushroom hunt in Asturias then please go to the  mushroom hunts tab and click on any of the specific events, where you will find some great photos under the different events. This is a good place to get an idea of what our hunts and trips are like. Also take a look at a clip of one of our hunts on the RTE "Living the Wildlife" nature series. Also listen to the following excellent radio programme  made by Michael Lemass on one of our hunts in Avondale.and broadcast on Dublin South FM 93.9.



It may also interest you to read some of our press clippings including a "Culinary Highlight of the Year" award from Ross Golden Bannon in the Sunday Business Post click here .