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pigs, but recently they began to use dogs because the dogs do not eat the highly prized truffles. Truffles come in many varieties and are very rare. However, the most desired is the white truffle. At over $3,000 a pound, this extremely rare white mushroom signifies luxury at the finest dining establishments worldwide. The white truffle can only be harvested a couple of months out of the year, and they come from a very exclusive part of Italy. White truffles have a unique aroma


that is reminiscent of freshly overturned soil covered by a slight misting on a cool autumn day mixed with the subtle mellow flavor that seems to combine childhood memories with a sublime complex taste that includes hints of garlic and shallots. These expensive delicacies are not commonly sliced but rather shaved over everything from risotto to mashed potatoes. Because the white truffle is rare and


out of reach for many of us financially, a much more affordable way to sample the white truffle is by using truffle oil. True truffle oil is made by infusing a light oil with pieces of truffle until the oil carries both the beautiful aroma as well as the flavor of the truffle. It can then be poured over your chosen dish just before serving to allow the aromas to burst and be enjoyed in their fullness. The most common dishes that are enhanced by truffle oil are fish, lobster, poultry, soups, steaks, garlic bread, risotto, and vegetables. Closer to home, the morel mushroom


is the delicacy that has become an annual tradition for many families across the country. The elusive morel mushroom appears in early spring and can be found in forests, fields, and along fence rows. Easy to spot when it can actually be found, morels are identified by their sponge-like appearance. They are the safest of all wild mushrooms but should still be identified by an experienced mushroom hunter or field guide. So, once your wild harvested


mushrooms have been properly identified, or you bring them home from the store, it is time to shake up your dinner plans. To help you, we have gathered some wonderful, tasty recipes for you. H


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