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This stuff looks like gelatin. That means it’s a baby stinkhorn. ” I asked, trying to remember if one of the mushrooms I’d eaten seemed gelatinous. “They taste terrible,” said Maria Standing Tall. She picked up another mushroom. “This yellow-green color means it’s past its time. ” She showed me another puffball, again sliced on its longitude, this one full of holes. “Worms,” she said. Puﬀballs • 35 I pulled out my pocketknife, sat down, and reached into my bag. ” I showed her a creamy white half.
It’s okay,” she said. I sat in the backseat and, to tell the truth, was happy to watch his heart do a little melting. We pulled into the drive at Agua Pura. Juan was carrying a box across the courtyard, from his small house to the big one. He looked surprised. We piled out of the car, and he stood, expressionless. The box was full of personal odds and ends, his photographs, his toothpaste, the old clock he kept on his mantel. My father reached for the box. ” he asked. ” My father went inside for the large envelope.
Our first find,” he said. Sure enough, just a few feet from the hickory tree grew what looked like its miniature. On the leaf-covered floor of the woods lay several pawpaws, and in the tree were three or four more. He picked one from the tree, wiped it on his pants, and ate it. I finished my business elsewhere, and he handed me my first pawpaw: slickly sweet, mango-like in texture, as soft as an overripe cantaloupe, a little pulpy around the hard buttons of seeds deposited randomly in its stubby banana shape, but rich throughout with a little nut taste from the skin.