Dried Lobster Mushrooms. The lobster mushroom is something of an oddity in the mushroom world, which certainly has more than its share of unusual characters. The lobster mushroom forms when the fungus Hypomyces lactifluorum attacks and parasitizes a host mushroom, covering the entire exterior portion with the brilliant orange skin that is the lobster mushroom’s most visually distinctive trait.
Lobster-Inspired Seasonal Dish at The Palm: Baby Arugula, Hearts of Palm and Nova Scotia Lobster Salad with shitake mushrooms, fresh and sun-dried tomatoes, shaved parmesan and charred lemon vinaigrette #ThePalm #PalmRestaurant #Argula #Lobster #Mushroom #Tomato #Summer #Salad
Got to try these - The Lobster mushroom is not a mushroom nor a crustacean! It is a parasite that grows on mushrooms (mainly milk-caps), turning them a reddish orange color that resembles the outer shell of a cooked lobster.