Since 1988 Kitchen Pride Mushroom Farms has been located in Gonzales, Texas, the cradle of Texas independence. The McLain family operates the farm, they pride themselves on consistently producing quality mushrooms and serving customers with a high level of commitment. Kitchen Pride enjoys offering Texans a nutritious and tasty product to add to their meals. Stella and Paul will be at the market this week with White, Portabells, Baby Bellas and Oysters!
Mushroom magic in Texas: San Antonio Express-News - Saturday, July 14, 2012
Farmers Spotlight: Kitchen Pride Mushrooms
Chosen as the Featured Vendor for the New Braunfels Farm to Market.
Prego sources all of our mushrooms from Kitchen Pride Mushroom Farm.
Last year I wrote an article about retired Harris County horticulture agent Bill Adams and his productive kitchen garden and fruit orchard near Brenham (November/December 2008). Bill said his secret to successfully growing edibles is to use plenty of organic matter, and the comment that his favorite amendment is mushroom compost generated much interest among the readers of Texas Gardener magazine. Inquiries from readers about mushroom compost led me to a visit with Darrel McLain, CEO and founder of Kitchen Pride Mushrooms in Gonzales, who invited us for a fascinating tour of the mushroom farm... Texas Gardner The Fungus Among Us: The Many Benefits of Mushroom Culture. PRETTY IN PINK: KITCHEN PRIDE MUSHROOM FARMS HONORS NATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH. “Diet is a key consideration for disease prevention because it is something that everyone can control,” says Dr. Chen. “Our research shows that women may benefit from a balanced diet, which may include about 3.5 ounces of mushrooms per day.”