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Delicate pioppini does well sautéed in butter

By Joan Namkoong

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 29, 2012

~~<p>If you're a fan of Hama&shy;kua Mushrooms from Hawaii island, you've probably already eaten a piop&shy;pini mushroom, one of several mushrooms packaged together and available at island supermarkets. Now the piop&shy;pini will be available in its own package so you can enjoy its deep flavor and soft, silky texture by itself.</p>
<p>The pioppini is an Italian mushroom, also called a black poplar, petite in size with a dark, reddish-brown cap and whitish stems that are very tender when cooked.</p>
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If you're a fan of Hama­kua Mushrooms from Hawaii island, you've probably already eaten a piop­pini mushroom, one of several mushrooms packaged together and available at island supermarkets. Now the piop­pini will be available in its own package so you can enjoy its deep flavor and soft, silky texture by itself.

The pioppini is an Italian mushroom, also called a black poplar, petite in size with a dark, reddish-brown cap and whitish stems that are very tender when cooked. Login for more...



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