These are Field Mushrooms
I had on toast for lunch. The taste of mushrooms on toast is my absolute, absolute, favourite. Between one year and the next I forget just how much I love the taste. Shop bought mushrooms just do not compare, I make oohing and aahing noises between every mouthful. If you have never eaten fresh mushrooms from the field, then you just do not know what you are missing.
I suggest you put your wellies on right now and go foraging. There are Chanterelle to be found in woodland right until November, and Ceps or Edible Boletus predominantly found in Beech woods, around the margins, Giant Puffballs in meadows and pastures, Field Mushrooms in all grassy places and, of course, Horse Mushrooms. Care should be taken with these, if you cut the stem and it turns yellow, they should not be eaten.
Of course, care must be taken with any mushroom - positive identification is a must. Oh I forgot to mention Blewitts these are also edible, they are sort of rubbery in appearance with a blue tinge. All of the above are absolutely delicious, and I look forward to the season every year. My heart beats that little bit faster when I find them - and as for eating, well, you know how I feel about that. Ecstatic that's what.