- An edible group of the Boletaceae family, the most common of which is Boletus edulis. All are characterized by very fat stems, a round sometimes shiny cap and spongy flesh with tiny pinholes. The edible varieties are fawn to brown with white to brown flesh. They are common in Europe under beech, oak and pine and are slightly phosphorescent at night. They can grow to 1 kg in weight, have a meaty taste and dry well. Used in all mushroom dishes.
(written as CEP)an area surrounding an intended target within which a ballistic missile or stick of bombs might land
- acronym forcircular error probable
(written as CEP)