On that afternoon, mushrooms’ official controller will wait for you in the upper part of the town. Let’s meet in Chalet-à-Gobet and sweep the undergrowth in search for chanterelles, porcini and other fly agarics. After the harvest, there will be an official control of harvests and toxic and inedible species will be rejected.
The remaining mushrooms will be for the following day’s omelet. But for now, make way for a dried porcini fondue, and to stay local if you feel inspired, a grand finale with a meringue and double cream from Saugealles.