I'm in heaven...

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by chef torrie, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. chef torrie

    chef torrie

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    My aunt and cousin just got back from Goeta and surprised me. Oh me oh my
     
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    ......

    no words. Enjoy. 
     
  3. lagom

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    Nice suprise.
     
  4. chrisbelgium

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    White ones, mamma mia!
     
  5. ordo

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    Help the poors. Send some to developing countries. Like mine.
     
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    Oh so lucky! In my neck of Wisconsin I don't get many opportunities to cook with awesome ingredients like that!
     
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    The best use of those would be to steep them all in olive oil to make real truffle oil. 
     
  8. chef torrie

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    Lmao. I think not! Getting shaved over some simple fresh fettuccine tossed with butter and reggiano. Simple, beautiful, delicious ingredients.
     
  9. ordo

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    An anecdote: once in Mestre (next Venezia) my wife and I were served a lasagna in a small family restaurant. When the owner and cook, an Italian grandma, came to the room and asked me "e buona?" i said  it was good, but not superb. Next she came back with a black truffle and a truffle grater, and… sudden Epiphany!