Normally when we write about truffles, we are talking about the underground fungus kind. Today, however, just as a change of pace, we’ll look at chocolate truffles. And not just any chocolate truffles, the best we’ve ever had.
And these are not just the best truffles we’ve ever had. They are quite possibly the tastiest thing we have ever put in our mouths.
Welcome back to Trufle Tuesday! Since we morphed mushroom Monday this week, and since we developed what might well be the single easiest gourmet recipe in the history of gourmet cooking and which involves baby bello mushrooms as well as truffles, we thought we’d share it with you today. I challenge our readers to find a recipe that has a better ease of preparation to flavor ratio anywhere.
This week, we’ve done something a little different, which we hope you’ll enjoy. Given all the confusion surrounding what truffles are, what the different types are, and what forms they are available in, we’ve created an infographic which we hope will clarify things a bit. Click on the thumbnail below, or get the pdf here. Please feel free to share it with anyone and everyone you think could benefit from it.
Truffle Mac ‘N Cheese. Are there any 3 words in the English language that go better together and sound so darn tasty??
I sit at work and look at, talk about, read and photograph food all day long. From my first sliced shaving when traveling through Tuscany during truffle season in October 2002 to the Truffle, Parmesan & Black Garlic Seasoning we use regularly here at home, truffles have always had a very special place in my heart (stomach actually).
I decided it was time to scope out some of the very best best Truffle Mac ‘N Cheese recipes . . . these three really stood out (in no particular order).