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Elizabeth Luard captures the essence of the truffle's almost magical power while also showing the reader how to get the very best from truffles, whether this means slivering a truffle over a tangle of homemade pasta, inserting delicate slices beneath the skin of a poulet de Bresse or even simply baking a truffle in a jacket of leftover bread-dough.

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The book not only provides a mouthwatering collection of authentic regional and classic recip es and a fascinating and occasionally eccentric account of truffle-hunting, it also includes a gaz etteer of the places where truffles are to be foun d, recommends the key markets where they are to be bought and gives details of growers engaging in

Synopsis:

Here Elisabeth Luard captures the essence of the truffle's almost magical power. On a more practical level, she also shows the reader how to get the very best from truffles, whether this means slivering a truffle over a tangle of home-made pasta, inserting delicate slices beneath the skin of a poulet de Bresse or even simply baking a truffle in a jacket of leftover bread-dough. The book not only provides a mouthwatering collection of authentic regional and classic recipes and a fascinating and occasionally eccentric account of truffle-hunting, it also includes a gazetteer of the places where truffles are to be found, recommends the key markets where they are to be bought and gives details of growers engaging in modern trufficulture - making it essential reading for sophisticated gourmet travellers and for all those who are, quite simply, prepared to be seduced by what is surely the ultimate gastronomic experience.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780711224933
Author:
Luard, Elisabeth
Publisher:
Frances Lincoln
Photographer:
Heseltine, John
Author:
Luard, Elizabeth
Author:
Heseltine, John
Subject:
General
Subject:
General Cooking
Subject:
CKB105000
Subject:
Cooking and Food-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20061001
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Color and BandW photographs throughout
Pages:
176
Dimensions:
9.4 x 7 in 23 oz

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Product details 176 pages Frances Lincoln - English 9780711224933 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , The book not only provides a mouthwatering collection of authentic regional and classic recip es and a fascinating and occasionally eccentric account of truffle-hunting, it also includes a gaz etteer of the places where truffles are to be foun d, recommends the key markets where they are to be bought and gives details of growers engaging in
"Synopsis" by ,
Here Elisabeth Luard captures the essence of the truffle's almost magical power. On a more practical level, she also shows the reader how to get the very best from truffles, whether this means slivering a truffle over a tangle of home-made pasta, inserting delicate slices beneath the skin of a poulet de Bresse or even simply baking a truffle in a jacket of leftover bread-dough. The book not only provides a mouthwatering collection of authentic regional and classic recipes and a fascinating and occasionally eccentric account of truffle-hunting, it also includes a gazetteer of the places where truffles are to be found, recommends the key markets where they are to be bought and gives details of growers engaging in modern trufficulture - making it essential reading for sophisticated gourmet travellers and for all those who are, quite simply, prepared to be seduced by what is surely the ultimate gastronomic experience.
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