Welcome to Peter Jordan’s Tasty Mushroom Partnership website.
Peter Jordan’s interest in the countryside, and especially in mushrooms, has been life-long. From 1984 to 1994, Peter and his wife Valerie ran a pub and restaurant in rural Norfolk: the Lord Nelson, Burnham Market. The Lord Nelson became famous throughout the country for its exotic wild mushroom dishes.
Peter now devotes his time to running ’The Tasty Mushroom Partnership’, first set up to promote his video ’The Collectors’ Guide to Wild Mushrooms’. This highly successful video is now also available in DVD format with additional material. Either can be ordered by using the site order form.
Peter has appeared on television with chefs Gary Rhodes, Brian Turner and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, and he can be heard regularly on Radio Norfolk. Peter and Valerie are also familiar faces at food fairs, where they enthusiastically promote ’The Tasty Mushroom Partnership’ and all aspects of mushroom hunting.
Following the first successful book published in 1995 Peter has written a new book which was launched in September 2006. Entitled ‘A field guide to the edible mushrooms of Britain and Europe’ published by New Holland, the book contains over 300 new photographs taken by Peter Henley and Peter Jordan and gives all the information you need for successful hunting as well as some useful cooking hints.
You can find it in bookshops around the country or order a signed copy on this website.
We continue to offer Foray trips so keep an eye on the ‘What’s On’ page, the new 2007 programme will be announced in February 2007. Why not give a Foray Voucher for Christmas. We also offer a range of products for the enthusiast easily obtained by mail order.
Good luck with you hunting and we hope you enjoy the site .
Your comments are always welcome including your favourite wild mushroom recipe.
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