Mushrooms, rich in flavor but generally low in cost, are a perennial favorite among many chefs looking to bring added dimension to their food. And as nutrition and dietary concerns grow among the dining public, the versatile and low-calorie ingredient can give dishes added appeal.
 “They add so much character to a plate,” said Jay Swift, chef-owner of 4th & Swift in Atlanta. “They’re beautiful and delicate and look great on the plate. They bring an earthiness and ...

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