At our foray last week many in our group found several pounds of lobster mushrooms (Hypomyces lactifluorum). This fungus happens to be my favorite edible. It's firm texture makes it quite different than most mushrooms when cooking. Also making a plentiful appearance at our foray were chanterelles. Some of which were a bit on the old side, but many of them were perfectly fresh and fragrant with their apricot scent.
In other locations toothies are being found by the basketful. Both the hedgehog (Hydnum repandum) and the sweet tooth (Hydnum umbilicatum) are out right now. Since both are mychorizzal, you will find them on the forest floor often in mixed woods with white pine and red oak.