Jack Czarnecki, of Joe's Restaurant (Reading, PA) and The Joel Palmer House (Dayton, OR), shares with you everything he's learned over his lauded career foraging for truffles, using them in his restaurants and making truffle products.
Author: Jack Czarnecki
No food has quite the allure and mystery of the truffle. For years, professional chefs have been wowing their guests with the complex flavors and intoxicating aromas yet home chefs hesitate to take the plunge. Truffle in the Kitchen not only guides you through the many uses of the culinary truffle but goes deep into the lore and science that makes the truffle so fun to use and enjoy. Jack Czarnecki, of Joe's Restaurant (Reading, PA) and The Joel Palmer House (Dayton, OR), shares with you everything he's learned over his lauded career foraging for truffles, using them in his restaurants and making truffle products. Winner of a James Beard Book award in 1996, Jack once again wants to take you on a culinary journey with humor and insight. Explore the fun and aromatic world of the truffle!
In his second cookbook, Rodney Dunn, founder of The Agrarian Kitchen in Tasmania, celebrates the natural wonder that is the truffle.
Author: Rodney Dunn
Category: Cooking (Truffles)
"In his second cookbook, Rodney Dunn, founder of The Agrarian Kitchen in Tasmania, celebrates the natural wonder that is the truffle. In addition to more than 60 recipes, Rodney gives a fascinating insight into the Australian truffle industry and practical advice on buying, storing and (most importantly) cooking with truffles. Harvested in winter, truffles have an intense earthy flavour that works particularly well with indulgent ingredients such as cream, butter and cheese. Rodney's recipes are lush and comforting u just the thing for cosy meals at home u and once you start experimenting, you'll be surprised at how many dishes can be enhanced by this inimitable fungus. As Rodney firmly believes, there is no such thing as too much truffle."
This Slow Food manual dispels it, describing the various types of tuber, explaining how to recognize and select them, and offering suggestions for buying truffles, cleaning them, storing them, and using them in the kitchen.
Author: Slow Food Editore
Publisher: Slow Food International
An aura of mystery surrounds the most precious of the earth’s fruits. This Slow Food manual dispels it, describing the various types of tuber, explaining how to recognize and select them, and offering suggestions for buying truffles, cleaning them, storing them, and using them in the kitchen. This practical advice is complemented by a series of itineraries in the homeland of the Alba white truffle and a selection of classic and creative recipes.
Truffled. Mashed. Potatoes. Here I team the unctuous mashed potato with the oil
from a pungent fungus still very much considered a luxury in our times – the truffle. Delicious, rare and highly valued, truffles havea story to share that reminds
Author: Heather Thomas
Publisher: Leaping Hare Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
An environmental foodie on a holistic path, Heather is mindfully committed to creating positive change, nurturing nature connection, and transforming the way we eat. Part practical, part meditative, The Mindful Kitchen infuses the everyday with simple nature-related rituals to reinforce thoughts as positive actions-creating focus, awareness and translating intent into lifestyle. Bite-size philosophical notes, meaningful questions, joyful rituals, and an abundant feast of vegetarian recipes are mindfully stirred together in this new-wave cookbook. Offering over 100 seasonal recipes, this beautifully illustrated culinary go-to encourages you to make mindful choices through how and what you eat. Add empowering flavors for wellbeing — inspiration, curiosity, and awareness — and this is destined to be a must have in every kitchen library. With fresh takes on old favourites, and new dishes to tickle the taste buds, there’s a recipe for every season. Ranging from a classic bubble and squeak, to a refreshing elderflower champagne, recipes include: Leek and Hazelnut Risotto; Pumpkin Coconut Soup; Preserved Pizza; Zero Waste Veggie Stock; Rhubarb and Lentil Curry; Oatmeal Honey Bread; and Apple Cake Lasagne.
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A Guide for All who Would be Good Housekeepers Maria Parloa. Truffles . Truffles are being used in this country much more freely than formerly . They are
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CLEANING WILD MUSHROOMS Slicing truffles To get the most out of rare truffles, slice them thinly using a special truffle slicer (see page 20) or a
mandoline. Simply “rub” the truffle back and forth — watching your fingers. For a
finer chop, take ...
Author: Marianne Lumb
Publisher: Chartwell Books
Good knife skills can be the most important ingredient in preparing a dish. Mastering professional knife skills makes a cook not only faster but safer as well. Kitchen Knife Skills shows the home cook how to choose and care for knives, how to keep them sharp and how to make the best use of their most important features. This comprehensive guide details the standard professional techniques used by chefs the world over, allowing the home cook to work just like the professionals -- quickly, effectively and stylishly. Detailed, step-by-step photos and instructions show how to prepare anything in the kitchen, including: -Vegetables -Fruits -Herbs -Poultry and meat -Fish -Bread and cakes From filleting a fish to fanning a piece of fruit, every knife and knife skill is described in detail in this outstanding resource book. Using this guide, anyone can cook like a professional chef.
A thorough encyclopedia of culinary basics rates thirty-one essential ingredients of cooking, from flour, pasta, vinegar, and olive oil, to luxury foods like caviar and truffles; and accompanying recipes provide for any occasion.
Cheese Plane The Well - Tooled Kitchen Risotto with White Truffles Lidia
Bastianich , ChefCo - Proprietor : Felidia This ... 1 walnut - sized white truffle ,
brushed clean 2 tablespoons butter 12 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese Salt
to taste ...
Author: Fred Bridge
Publisher: William Morrow & Company
A guide to more than 500 items--cookware, utensils, and equipment--for the kitchen features detailed descriptions of the history, development, design, and function of these items as well as recipes and cooking tips
am Potato Fritters with Marjoram and White Truffle Oil Cuculli di Patate These
tasty little fritters make great finger food , perfect to dip in rémoulade or tartar
sauce or salsa verde ( see recipe page 51 ) . And they ' re quite easy to prepare .
Author: Laura Giannatempo
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
Liguria on the Italian Riviera is home to some of Italy's finest cooking. The Ligurian kitchen is famous for fish, fresh produce and herbs. Tales of loveable uncles and a lyrical account of making pasta in the midst of a storm tantalise just as much as the sumptuous recipe on offer in this book. In these 100 recipes, the specialities of artisan bread bakers and those of the region's 'cucina povera' combine to create a zestful collection that exemplifies 'that extraordinary marriage of land and sea that is Ligurian cuisine'.
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tion of the saloons had been used in tily mottled with tongue and truffles making
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Add some thin slices of truffles and boiled tongue , toss for two minutes , and take
it off the fire to cool for a quarter of an hour . Then fill the mould with the
maccaroni , taking great care not to disturb the inside coil of maccaroni . Put the
Author: Janet Ross
Category: Cooking (Vegetables)
This cookbook focuses on how to prepare vegetables in the Tuscan style.
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The book educates about truffles and the UK truffle season, takes the reader on the hunt with truffle hounds and shares a great many contemporary and original Truffle recipes.
Author: Marion Dean
Category: Cooking (Truffles)
Marion Dean and Marion Pennington share their adventures in discovering one of nature's best-kept secrets - the truffle. The book educates about truffles and the UK truffle season, takes the reader on the hunt with truffle hounds and shares a great many contemporary and original Truffle recipes.
Pour into a bowl; this mixture is the truffle filling. Cover and freeze until firm
enough to mound in a spoon, about 40 minutes. Line a baking sheet with foil.
Using a tablespoon, scoop out rounded spoonfuls of the filling and drop onto the
Author: Kristine Kidd
Publisher: Time Life Education
Featuring recipes for fare such as Smoked Salmon Mousse, Rack of Lamb, Fillet of Beef with Paprika and Coriander--or mouthwatering desserts such as Caipirinha Cream Pie, Apple Charlotte with Brandy Creme and Apricot, or Blue Plum Tart, Festive Entertaining is the only book a cook will need to pull off a wonderful evening.
We have also been told the story of a wealthy Greek shipowner who imported
several tons of Italian soil from truffle country in an ... He brought his own truffles
with him — one enormous can packaged in his own kitchen in Lyon and valued
Author: Craig Claiborne
Contains 350 recipes, many by famous chefs, and information on restaurants, tools, techniques, people, and places associated with cookery.
As regards preserving Truffles , the Perigord Truffle would retain a good deal of
its aroma in oil , but nothing could be worse WORK FOR THE WEEK . than dried Truffles . KITCHEN GARDEN . The Chairman then announced that the Annual ...