Besides chanterelles, Porcini and, ahem, shrooms do you have other mashrooms in British cuisine?
In British cuisine the most commonly used mushrooms are Pieczarka. We also have button mushrooms which i think are baby versions of the same variety, and Chestnut mushrooms which are brown and stronger tasting. We also have field mushrooms, which i think are very large open Pieczarka mushrooms.
I usually stuff them with a filling and bake them in the oven.
In most large supermarkets here you can buy e.g fresh Chanterelles, Shatake and Oyster mushrooms. You can also buy a wide variety of dried mushrooms although they tend to be quite expensive. These aren't commonly used in British cuisine, but then i don't cook British food that often!
wikipedia says that Porcini and Ceps are the same Boletus edulis. Did you mean chanterelle, maybe?
Sorry, yes, i did mean Chanterelles!
Do you collect it on your own?
I use dried mushrooms. There are plenty of places in the UK to pick wild mushrooms, but i don't know enough about them. I'd probably end up 6 feet under if i tried picking and cooking them!
PS; The mushroom ' Shatake' is misspelled. The first a should be replaced with i. Software on here is censoring the name lol!