Yellow Unicorn Entoloma (Entoloma murrayi) … aka “Unicorn Pinkgill”, is a species of fungus in the Entolomataceae family. Found in wet forests of eastern North America, Central and South America, and southeast Asia, the fungus produces yellow mushrooms that have a characteristic sharp umbo on the top of the conical cap. A saprobic species, Entoloma murrayi derives nutrients by breaking down organic matter.
Somewhere between a stew and a braise, this rich and warming dish is perfect to serve in autumn, perhaps with mushrooms you've gathered yourself. If you're feeling wild and gamey, you could do this with a whole, jointed wild rabbit instead of the chicken.