Amethyst deceiver. It may be cooked with other mushrooms in a mixed mushroom stew or served as a garnish to other dishes.
The aniseed funnel cap. This mushroom has a distincive pale blue colour of young specimens soon fading towards light grey. A couple of these will impart an almost liquorice flavour to a dish. Certainly not many are required but is a food addition to soups and stews.
White domecap mushroom. A mushroom that appears in autumn (US: fall) and which may be eaten but is not particularly desirable. It is found growing in the grass in dense woodlands.
Beetroot salad with a dressing of caraway, sugar and vinegar or lemon juice.
Soft, very low fat, curd cheese eaten as a dessert and often flavoured with fruit or herbs.
Scaly tooth mushroom or tiled hydnum, an edible fungus with a slightly bitter aftertaste.