Your Roadmap to Celebrating National Mushroom Month

From appearing on the menu of your favorite restaurant to placing in this year’s top food trends lists, mushrooms are, well, everywhere! That’s why this National Mushroom Month we are exploring and showcasing both where and how people are sharing their love and curiosity for mushrooms.

Each week in September, we will be spotlighting a new U.S. region to share fungi facts, local restaurants, regional recipes and dietitian-approved nutrition facts. Here’s our itinerary:

  • Week One (September 1-4): Let’s kick off National Mushroom Month!
  • Week Two (September 5-11): Northeast
  • Week Three (September 12-18): Midwest
  • Week Four (September 19-25): West
  • Week Five (September 26-30): South

Eager to start exploring? Visit our recipe page and get inspired to cook up one of our classic recipes adored by mushroom lovers across the nation!

Easy Mushroom Soup

One of the most beloved mushroom recipes, Easy Mushroom Soup delivers comfort and nostalgia in every bowl.

Classic Stuffed Mushrooms

The appetizer spread isn’t complete until the stuffed mushrooms come out! Our spin on a classic features a filling of finely chopped white button mushrooms, zesty sausage, breadcrumbs and cheeses for a simple and satisfying app.

Broiled Top Sirloin Steak with Sautéed Maitake and Shiitake Mushrooms

mushroom over meat

Steak and mushrooms are a classic combo, and for good reason. This recipe marries sirloin steak with two specialty mushroom varieties for a dish that’s heavy on the umami flavor and sure to impress at any occasion.

Classic Blended Burger

Ready to ‘meat’ your new favorite burger? A blended burger is made using The Blend; an easy cooking technique that combines finely chopped mushrooms and ground meat to up the flavor, nutrition and sustainability of your favorite dishes. Talk about tasty!

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