Truffles are in season now and reach their peak this month. Here’s where to find them in London
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Charlie Sheen Stopped by Daniel Boulud‘s restaurant Daniel last night to get his black truffle fix. The award-winning chef posted a picture of himself with the Anger Management star to his Twitter account. “Hey, good to see you again!” Boulud tweeted. “Best joint in town!…Read The Full Post
A few months ago Zuma Dubai sourced the largest white truffle ever to arrive in the UAE, An impressive feat, at 349 grams the truffle was shaved onto Zuma dishes for a special fee. While this monumental truffle might be finished, Zuma incorporates this special mushroom on a variety of dishes year round. We speak to Chef Refai Bin Othman to find out how.
Just in time for the New Year, Patina restaurant in Los Angeles gears up for not one, not two, but three black truffle dinners which will be held on January 10, 11, and 12. Patina will offer special course meals for each of these days for up to 240 guests each night. Also, the restaurant will offer a month long special of black truffles, for instance, truffle-infused egg pasta.
What’s better than chocolate-covered macadamia nuts? The same ingredients — but in truffle form.
In the 18th century, French gastronome Brillat-Savarin deemed truffles “the diamond of the kitchen.” They’re held in high-esteem by haute cuisine, especially French, Spanish and northern Italian. Right now, white truffles from Italy are just starting to come in season. With their pale cream or brown with white marbling skins, these delightful fungi add rich flavor to a dish.
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Winter is the season of coats, gloves, and snow flurries for some. In LA, as usual, we get to live in paradise and still reap the benefits of the wonderful winter season – truffles. Glorious, black truffles.
Decadent, extravagant, and one of the most expensive ingredients in the world, the truffle is “the diamond of the kitchen,” according to the 18th-century French gastronome Brillat-Savarin.
On December 10, Paradiso Ristorante in Lake Worth is offering a one-time special menu titled Piemonte, Tartufo & Vino, which will pair glorious truffles with food and wine.