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It has also been referred to as the "slippery jack", a common name applied to several Suillus species.
The name means "Slippery Jack", though the card in question is a Queen.
Well Slippery Jack you think we should get rid of the bike race and play subbuteo.
Moreover, the skin can spoil other fungi with which slippery jacks are collected.
They have been commonly called "slippery jacks" because the cap of the fruit body is sometimes slimy.
In North America, it is commonly called the Siberian slippery jack.
The mushroom is commonly known as the "stubby-stalk" or the "short-stemmed slippery Jack".
Slippery jacks do not keep for long after picking, nor are they suitable for drying, as their water content is too high.
Slippery Jack is a name for:
Dr May hopes to be showing people how to identify saffron milk caps, slippery jacks and some field mushrooms.
First described by American mycologists in the late 19th century, it is commonly known as the stubby-stalk or the short-stemmed slippery Jack.
Edible mushrooms include larch bolete, birch bolete, and slippery jack.
S. luteus - Slippery Jack (many Suillus species are called by this common name)
Suillus (klouzek, slippery Jack, butter mushroom)
Slippery Jack is voiced by Brady Moffatt in the first season and not the second season because he is uncredited.
The feast is a collection of odd-sounding dishes such as sulfur Newburg, pickled grifola, strobilomyces pate and slippery jack soup.
The boletuses, crisped in a little butter, resembled bacon in texture and flavor; the slippery jacks and oysters became meatier.
Commonly referred to as slippery jack or sticky bun in English-speaking countries, its names refer to the brown cap, which is characteristically slimy in wet conditions.
Southern Hemisphere locales where the slippery jack grow with plantation pines include South America, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
The fruiting is so bountiful that the harvest of slippery jacks has become the main reason that pine plantations are established or maintained in parts of Ecuador.
Suillus pungens, commonly known as the pungent slippery jack or the pungent suillus, is a species of fungus in the genus Suillus.
Other names for this game include Quatre Valets and Stay Away, being the German Slobberhannes, also called Slippery Jack, one its reminiscents.
Some fungi, he said, adopted as a survival strategy sticky caps (like Suillus luteus, the Slippery Jack) to attract flies, who would go on to spread the spores.
In North America, S. pungens, known also as the "slippery jack," is said by some to be delicious cooked, provided the slimy coat of its cap is removed beforehand.
GOOD pinot is the perfect autumnal drink, especially if the food on your plate includes the wild mushrooms -- slippery jacks, saffron milkcaps -- that abound at this time of year.
Five sticky buns in the baker's shop is that right?
I may do up a pan of sticky buns if you're interested.
Or the fact that I make a meal out of sticky buns whenever we get together?
Nothing worse than being forced to eat, especially homemade sticky buns.
Soon the smell of homemade sticky buns filled the kitchen.
Also, the restaurant's famous sticky buns were always served at the beginning of each meal.
I could believe what people had said about it, or stick to my more usual sticky bun to have with the cup of tea.
My father started in on his grilled sticky bun.
It had only been a sticky bun that someone had dropped.
It could be anything from a lost work by Carême to a source for the world’s best sticky bun.
For those addicted to cheeseburgers and sticky buns this is not good news.
People were in line for a lunchtime sticky bun to go with their coffee taken at one of the outside tables.
A light snow was topping the neighborhood like frosting on a sticky bun.
The police considered this and took him down to the station - for tea and sticky buns.
It looked like some kind of sticky bun.
I'll take poor old Collier over to the refreshment place and buy him a sticky bun.
In one instance, muffins and sticky buns were thrown with wild abandon.
The baking has even grown from not only bread but to cinnamon rolls and sticky buns.
I don't usually eat eggs, sausage, sticky buns and greasy potatoes.
Got any more of those luscious sticky buns, Mym, my sweet love?
He must be somewhat amused to see people balancing hot coffee and sticky buns on each knee.
My order arrived as well-dressed people at other tables finished off their coffee and sticky buns before work.
The pilots stood in line and bought hot sweet tea and sticky buns.
The cinnamon rolls and sticky buns are made in large and small sizes.
The company, which has several stores, is best known for its simple but rich chocolate cake, butter cookies and sticky buns.
Before 1997, the genus Suillus was considered part of the family Boletaceae.
Variation in growth form occurred with some species of Suillus and Xerocomus.
The isozyme pattern of the genus Suillus appeared to be separated by host groups.
The stipe, more slender than those of other Suillus boletes, lacks a ring.
Suillus is an ancient term for fungi, and is derived from swine.
It is very viscid during wet weather and peels easily - characteristics shared by many species of Suillus.
It is advisable, as for all species of Suillus, to pick only young specimens and to peel the cuticle before preparation.
In 1973, Rolf Singer transferred the species to Suillus.
Gastrosuillus, once considered a distinct genus, has been shown with molecular analysis to be a recent evolutionary derivative of Suillus.
In fact, Suillus appears to be much more closely related to Rhizopogon than to any other bolete genus.
Originally named Boletus mediterraneensis in 1969, it was transferred to Suillus in 1992.
Group 4 represents the Boletaceae and includes Boletus and Suillus.
Fuscoboletinus, described by Pomerleau and Smith in 1962, has also been subsumed into Suillus.
Suillus is a genus of basidiomycete fungi in the family Suillaceae and order Boletales.
Representative of this adjustment is the move of the slimy-capped genus Suillus to Suillaceae.
On the contrary, the fungi in the genus Suillus were shown to scarcely utilize the fatty acids and lipid.
The fruit body-colloquially called a mushroom-of Suillus bovinus is smaller and daintier than most other boletes.
Section Suillus includes species with glandular dots on the stem, and a partial veil which becomes appendiculate on the cap edge.
Contribution Toward a Monograph of North American Species of Suillus.
Species of Tricholoma, Suillus, Amphinema, and Hydnum failed to form mycorrhizae.
The mushroom is commonly known as the "western painted Suillus", the "matte Jack", or "Lake's slippery cap".
Suillus granulatus is the most widespread pine-associating Suillus species in warm climates.
Species of Suillus are found all over the Northern Hemisphere where members of the tree family Pinaceae can be found.
Otto Kuntze once placed the species in Suillus, but it lacks the partial veil and glandular dots associated with that genus.
North American S. granulatus is another potential lookalike species, and at maturity it is nearly identical to Suillus pungens.